Australia to lift outbound travel ban for vaccinated residents from next week

Australia to lift outbound travel ban for vaccinated residents from next week

27/10/2021 3:15:00 AM

Australia to lift outbound travel ban for vaccinated residents from next week

SYDNEY — All fully-vaccinated Australian citizens and permanent residents will be able to leave the country without a special exemption from Nov 1, authorities said on Wednesday (Oct 27), as Australia eases coronavirus restrictions amid a rise in vaccination rates.

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Ratio of youth infected with Covid-19 up in past month; group urged not to ‘take chance’ on vaccination

SINGAPORE — Young people should not assume that they are protected from Covid-19 and thus do not require vaccinations, the Health Ministry’s director of medical services Kenneth Mak said on Saturday (Nov 20).

Vaccinated but stuck: Indians await WHO nod for homegrown shot to travel abroad

Vaccinated but stuck: Indians await WHO nod for homegrown shot to travel abroadPANDALAM, India: Stuck in a village in southern India for nine months and unable to return to his job in Saudi Arabia, Sugathan P.R. is hoping the World Health Organization will approve the Indian COVID-19 shot Covaxin, paving the way for his trip back. Like Sugathan, millions of Indians have taken Covaxin

Vaccinated but stuck: Indians await WHO nod for homegrown shot to travel abroadStuck in a village in southern India for nine months and unable to return to his job in Saudi Arabia, Sugathan P.R. is hoping the World Health Organization will approve the Indian COVID-19 shot Covaxin, paving the way for his trip back. Like Sugathan, millions of Indians have taken Covaxin and many have complained of travel struggles as the vaccine has not been recognised for international travel by several countries. 'I had the option of going to Saudi and taking (additional doses of) Covishield after a four-day institutional quarantine, but I was not sure of its implications on my health,' said Sugathan, referring to AstraZeneca's vaccine.

Five COVID-19 cases among more than 5,100 people who entered Singapore via vaccinated travel lanes: IswaranSINGAPORE: Only five out of more than 5,100 travellers who entered Singapore via the vaccinated travel lanes have been found to be COVID-19 positive since the scheme began last month. Minister for Transport S Iswaran provided the figures on Tuesday (Oct 26), during a virtual media briefing For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms , ephesians 6:12 The SG government has forgotten that our cases started by tourists 20 mths back. 5 is enough for further mutated delta variant spread and the MRNA has no defense against this new variant. Another big mistake by the SG government to trade Singaporean lives for tourists dollars. Everyday there is imported cases so if it is only 5 from VTL,than where are the other imported cases from? If there are other imported cases from other travel arrangements,than why not standardised all travel arrangements,regardless of tourist/business etc etc ?