Fully vaccinated international students will be able to return to NSW without quarantining, the NSW Government has announced.
The first chartered flight carrying 250 students from 15 countries will arrive in Sydney on December 6. They include the likes of Indonesia, South Korea, China, and Canada.


The state government has brought the rules for international students in line with returning Australians.
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet said international education plays a “vital role in connecting NSW to the rest of the world.”
“This is a significant milestone in our roadmap to recovery and I can’t wait to welcome back such an important part of our community,” Mr. Perrottet said.
Deputy Premier Stuart Ayres added students will require Commonwealth Government approval to travel to Australia.
“I welcome continued collaboration with the Commonwealth Government in supporting international students as they return to NSW,” Mr. Ayres said.
Students will return on flights to NSW from December under the NSW International Student Arrivals Pilot Plan.

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