Prime Minister Scott Morrison released a media statement last 29 November that Australia's border reopening to international students, skilled migrants, humanitarian, working holiday makers, and provisional family visa holders is paused from 1 December until 15 December 2021.
Last 25 November, Ministers announced the changes visa changes to support the reopening of Australia continuously.
Last 22 November, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has announced that more than 200,000 fully vaccinated international students, skilled workers, provisional family, working holiday makers and humanitarian visa holders are eligible to enter Australia.
This amendment completes the implementation of concessions for certain visa holders from Hong Kong that were jointly announced by the Prime Minister
Schedule 1 – Allow applications for certain skilled visas by persons in Australia under Section 48. Schedule 2 – Payment of Citizenship fees in foreign currencies.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced today, 06 November 2021, that Australia reached the target of 80% of all Australians aged over 16 are now fully vaccinated as set out in the National Plan.
Singaporean citizens who are fully vaccinated will be able to travel to Australia starting 21 November 2021
Singaporean citizens who are considered fully vaccinated will be able to travel to Australia without seeking a travel exemption and quarantine-free to participating states or territories starting 21 November 2021.
Vaccination Update in Australia: Australia is on track on the vaccination target in the National Plan
Australia National Plan is in reach! As of 05 October 2021, Australia reached 80.5% of all Australians aged 16 and over had their first dose of COVID vaccination.
From 16 November 2021, the PTE Academic testing will have some changes.
The pilot plan will permit 500 international students to return to Australia on two chartered flights.