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Border relief after the supercars team’s bassast

Queensland-based teams, suppliers, and series representatives faced a two-week quarantine to return home from Bathurst 1000 last weekend as the border with New South Wales is still closed. rice field.

But thanks to Queensland’s Prime Minister Anastasia Parasek’s rapid resumption plan announced today, that’s no longer necessary.

Fully vaccinated arrivals from the hotspot will be welcomed after December 13th if the COVID-19 test is negative within 72 hours prior to crossing the border.

It should then be tested again 5 days after arrival, but not quarantined or quarantined.

This means that affected staff can avoid formal quarantine.

Instead, they are set to live for free in New South Wales (or where it was opened in New South Wales) the following week before returning home once the border opens.

Prompt resolution of border rules is welcomed by Queenslander, concerned about initiating formal quarantine proceedings without clarifying whether borders can be terminated early if they open.

Queensland is expected to reach a critical 80% double vaccination rate at some point this week.

Triple Eight Race Engineering, Dick Johnson Racing, Matt Stone Racing, and Team Sydney are based in Queensland in whole or in part (for Team Sydney).

Some drivers, like Nick Perca and James Courtney, have driven for teams that are based elsewhere but live in Queensland.

Supercars’ own motorsport division is also based on the Gold Coast. Border relief after the supercars team’s bassast

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