On the occasion of the Eid Al-Adha, the following embassies will be closing for Eid celebrations:
Travellers wishing to visit or work in Myanmar must follow the below covid-19 guidelines before arrival.
On arrival, travellers will need to:
Note: During quarantine, the traveller will undergo tests, including a RT-PCR test after one week of quarantine. If the traveller has a negative result on their RT-PCT test, they will be able to continue to their respective job.
The above information has been provided by the embassy of Myanmar in Canberra.
For more information, please contact our team.
The government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia requires an institutional quarantine for all passengers from countries that are not included in the travel suspension, exempt the following categories:
The period of institutional quarantine for all arrivals from outside the Kingdom, with the exception of the above-mentioned categories, is for a period of 7 days, starting from the hour of arrival at the Institutional Quarantine center and at the expense of the traveler.
With an emphasis on the need to obtain a valid health insurance policy to cover the risks of the Coronavirus, approved by the official authorities in the Kingdom, for all those coming to the Kingdom (who are not immunized).These procedures will go into force starting Thursday, Shawwal 8 1442 corresponding to May 20, 2021.
You should contact your health insurance provider about this new requirement and confirm prior to departure if you are covered by this in your policy.
If you are an Australian citizen or a permanent resident, you cannot leave Australia due to COVID-19 restrictions unless you have an exemption. You can apply online but you must meet at least one of the following:
You must provide evidence to support your claims. Requests may be finalised without further consideration if insufficient evidence is provided. All evidence supporting a travel exemption claim needs to be officially translated into English.
To see further information, click here
To apply for an exemption, click here
Information taken from the Department of Home Affairs website
Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for international travellers Australia’s borders are closed. The only people who can travel to Australia are:
The cruise ship ban is in place until 17 December 2020, but this does not mean the ban will be lifted at that time. The Australian Health Principal Protection Committee reviews the ban regularly. People arriving in Australia may be quarantined for 14 days and might have to comply with other state and territory travel restrictions.
For more information, click here
Information taken from the Department of Health’s website
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