Australia has begun developing a Covid-19 passport for international travel
The Australian government has begun developing an international travel vaccine passport. He has awarded a contract to the international company Accenture for the development of a digital application, reported The Guardian.
"The declarations will replace the received passenger cards and Covid-19 travel declarations, capturing information, including vaccination status, to facilitate international travel to Australia." Home Secretary Karen Andrews said "Will support the safe reopening of Australia's international borders, and support the digital passport that will verify the holder's vaccination status."
Meanwhile, Qantas has said that direct flights between the UK and Australia will only be re-established if the quarantine rules are removed - at least in part - by the Australian government. Australian company plans to resume international flights between Heathrow and Sydney, Perth and Melbourne from 19 December.
The most popular booking destination is London, both Sydney and Melbourne.