Arrivals to Australia no longer required to declare vaccination status
From 12.01am 6 July 2022 international arrivals will be able to travel to and from Australia without being required to declare their COVID-19 vaccination status.
The decision to amend the Biosecurity Act 2015 to remove these requirements was based on the advice of the Chief Medical Officer. Travellers must still comply with any remaining COVID-19 requirements of airlines and shipping operators, as well as other countries and states and territories. This currently includes wearing masks on inbound international flights.
State and territory orders mandating masks on domestic flights also remain in place.
Unvaccinated Australians, as well as certain groups of visa holders, have been able to travel to Australia for some time.