Scott Morrison has confirmed that Australians will be able to travel abroad and return from November 1 after New South Wales announced that it will end the quarantine of hotels. The decision comes as vaccination numbers rise across the country. “It allows us to be in a position to lift the boundaries for returning Australian citizens, residents and their families from November 1 in New South Wales,” he said. ‘What this also means is that we will allow Australians, permanent residents and citizens and their families to leave Australia from where they live in Australia and return, but obviously limited arrangements in other states will continue due to vaccination levels in those. states and territories. ‘The prime minister also confirmed that he will attend the upcoming COP26 climate summit in Glasgow.
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