No jab, no fly: WA sets new precedent with restrictions for NSW
Western Australia has become the first state to implement a mandatory coronavirus jab to cross the border.
Premier Mark McGowan announced from Tuesday, people entering the state from New South Wales will require an exemption, a negative test and proof they’ve received at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine.
“What is happening in New South Wales continues to be of growing concern,” Mr McGowan said.
“There is no sign of improvements.”
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