Queensland borders will reopen to interstate COVID-19 hotspots from 13 December | ABC News

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From Monday 13 December, double-dosed travellers from hotspots – including New South Wales, Victoria, ACT, Greater Adelaide and parts of Northern Territory – will be able to arrive in Queensland via road or air.

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