However, due to the spread of omicron, the Western Australian border will not open on February 5





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However, strict entry restrictions will be maintained in Western Australia, Governor Mark McGowan said on Thursday. The governor said a month ago that, starting February 5, those who had two vaccinations would no longer have to be quarantined. Under current rules, you can only enter the state with three vaccinations and two weeks of quarantine.

“Unfortunately, with the appearance of the omicron in December, the world has changed, and it would be irresponsible and reckless if we did not take into account the gravity of the situation,” the governor said. In the region, only 28 percent of people have given themselves the third vaccination, and the goal is 90 percent. He said it would cause massive damage to the economy and health if hundreds of people with Omicron were allowed to enter the area now.





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In the past two years, Western Australia has staved off the virus, with only 79 active infections currently listed, none of whom are in hospital. The epidemic is spreading faster in other areas of Australia, with 31,000 new infections detected in New South Wales on Wednesday. The governor said case numbers would be kept under review and restrictions would be decided upon. (guardian)

Written by our intern publication, Mark Peter Bennex.

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