Hotel quarantine scrapped in NSW: Everything you need to know

BREAKING NEWS: Everything you need to know about travelling as hotel quarantine is SCRAPPED: Dominic Perrottet announces the TWO things you will need to do when flying into NSW

Fully-vaccinated travellers entering NSW will no longer need to complete 14 days of hotel quarantine. 

NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet announced on Friday people entering the state can sidestep mandatory isolation if they can provide proof of vaccination and submit a PCR Covid test. 

The changes to quarantine requirements will come into effect from November 1. 

‘From November 1, the NSW government will remove quarantine requirements and caps for overseas arrivals who the Commonwealth Government recognises as fully vaccinated with a TGA-approved vaccine,’ the NSW government said in a statement.

More to come.