NSW Introduces Interstate hotspots for VIC
New: Complete a traveller self-declaration form before entering NSW
Rules and restrictions apply if you have been in an affected area or place of high concern and you are entering or have entered NSW.
Arriving into NSW from VIC
Concerns notice: affected areas and places of high concern
From 5 February, rules apply to people who
- are entering NSW from an affected area
- have been to a place of high concern during the time period specified in the concerns notice.
If you are 16 years and over and have been in an interstate affected area, you must
- complete a traveller self-declaration form before entering NSW (or on entry into NSW) and
- carry it with you to show an enforcement officer if requested.
A traveller self-declaration form is required for each time that you enter NSW but only once each day of entry. The information you provide may be used for contact tracing, if required.
If you have been in an interstate place of high concern within the time specified in a COVID-19 concerns notice, you must not enter NSW unless you are a NSW resident. This does not apply if you are transiting through NSW and you leave by the most direct practicable route.
If you are a returning NSW resident and you have been in a place of high concern at the time specified in a COVID-19 concerns notice, you must
To Enter Victoria - the 'traffic-light' permit system
To enter Victoria from interstate, you need to apply for a permit.
Victoria classifies regions of Australia as green, orange or red, based on the region's COVID-19 risk. You can't enter Victoria from a red zone.
Apply for the Agriculture Specified Worker Permit.
Become a NSW COVID Safe Busines