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Queensland coronavirus border restrictions are changing: What you need to know about interstate travel – ABC News

From today, anyone who hasn’t been to a declared hotspot in the last 14 days can enter the state without undergoing quarantine, but most of NSW and Victoria remain locked out.

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Some more coronavirus restrictions ease in Queensland today, including access from outside the state.
But most of New South Wales, and all of Victoria, remain locked out.
Who can come in?
Anyone who hasn’t been to a declared hotspot in the last 14 days can enter Queensland without undergoing quarantine.
You’ll need a border pass.
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