The Victorian and NSW border headache is almost over as regional Victorian residents are able to travel to the border bubble as long as they haven't been to areas of concern.
NSW chief health officer Kerry Chant announced on Thursday night that "all previous COVID-19 concerns notices" on and from 12.01am on June 11 were "revoked".
The announcement excludes metropolitan Melbourne residents who are under 25 kilometre travel restrictions and for those who have been to greater Melbourne areas of concern.
A list of areas of concern can be found here.
The easing of the border restrictions comes in time for the Queen's Birthday long weekend.
Central Victorians can freely travel to Queensland, Tasmania, Northern Territory and the ACT without an exemption.
Greater Melbourne or the City of Greater Bendigo residents are not permitted to travel to South Australia.
An online declaration form is required for entry to the ACT.
All arrivals to the Northern Territory must fill in a Border Entry Form.
Visitors to Tasmania are requires to register their travel and contact details through the Tas e-Travel system.
All central Victorian travellers must monitor for coronavirus symptoms and get tested immediately if coronavirus symptoms present.
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