Western Australia will remove its hard border policy and move to a “controlled border” arrangement from November 14, which will permit residents from states and territories deemed very low risk to enter without undertaking quarantine.
- “Very low risk” is defined as no local cases in the past 28 days
- This currently includes Tas, Qld, SA, ACT and the NT
- NSW and Vic travellers would still be required to quarantine
Very low risk jurisdictions are defined as having had no local cases in the…