Australia’s borders to reopen in November after 18-month closure

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Australia aims to begin reopening its borders in November, 18 months after they were slammed shut.

Fully vaccinated citizens, and residents, will again be allowed to come and go once states reach vaccination targets. But the country remains off-limits to foreigners.

Al Jazeera’s Sarah Clarke reports from the Gold Coast in the state of Queensland, Australia.

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