Western Australia’s border will reopen to Victoria and New South Wales in a week’s time on December 8, allowing travellers from those states to spend a quarantine-free Christmas in the west.
- Arrivals from New South Wales and Victoria will not need to quarantine
- They will still need to undergo a health screening and temperature check
- But South Australia will still be classified as medium risk
The latest advice from WA’s Chief Health Officer has classified the spread of coronavirus from…