- Dec 17, 2011
Hahaahah. Imagine living in Queensland.
Well say you tested positive they may bother to check some flight records and also check with the appropriate Federal authority to make sure you were in the country the last 14 days. Not that they necessarily would do that, but it's possible and if caught out I imagine there would be serious consequences.How will QLD know you arrived international flights in Sydney and then flew to QLD? I mean as Australian citizen after 19 November.
I guess they are relying on people not lying.
So 80% double vaxxed can home quarantine. And if you fly into another city before 80% then must hotel quarantine until you have been in Australia 14 days.
Sydney to Ballina is going to be one very popular route then for Qld people & family from the Sunny Coast south then.Hard to see AP and co. making it any less than 14 days of home quarantine, provided you have tested negative in the 72 hours prior to arrival into QLD. It's a mash-up of the other options. They are making fully vaxxed interstate travellers do this at 70%. International scares the living daylights out of them. Looking forward to a possible visit for summer 22/23
Somehow we managed to survive quite well without them for past 2 years. May be reducing dependence on China in any possible way is good thing?Dom wants to see as many international students back to NSW as quickly as possible. A lot of these students would have had Sinovac as vaccine.
Key word here is 'Forced'.I find that a bit offensive for those people who by no fault of their own were forced to get these vaccines and cannot enter Australia.
Solution is there if you really against the wall to find it. Vaccine tourism.Even if they turn out to be poorly performing, what's the solution where only these vaccines are given overseas?
IMO it's not we become discriminatory - its because some states are hostile and discriminatory against us in first place. Its called reciprocating approach.Did not know we had become such a discriminatory nation.
That only applies if it hits the 80% double vaccination mark. It could be earlier or later.
That's absolutely rubbish for any Queenslanders who are hoping that overseas family members will be able to visit them. Doesn't look like that is possible until 90% fully vaccinated unless they fly into SYD or MEL and undertake 14 days of home quarantine, which seems unfeasible.
Patience Grasshopper.The one thing good is she finally named dates and excluded unvaxxed. Hopefully that kicks a few butts into gear! Cue the complaints from antivaxxers! She should have excluded them from restaurants, clubs and such.
Yes. Some can only wish.Hahaahah. Imagine living in Queensland.