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The Australian government has relaxed its COVID-19 entry requirements for all travelers.
BAL Analysis: Before the July 6 change, visa holders who were not fully vaccinated were required to have a travel exemption, and all travelers were required to show their COVID-19 vaccination status to enter the country. Australian authorities have relaxed their COVID-19 entry requirements to ease the burden of travel to and from the country as the virus situation improves.
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