The Chief Minister has today announced the Northern Territory will end its mandatory quarantine arrangements for all interstate arrivals from 12:01am on Friday 17 July.
Tourism NT says based on the evidence, the NT Chief Health Officer recommended a 28-day assessment period before opening NT borders – which is two COVID-19 replication cycles.
From 17 July, all arrivals from interstate will not have to self-quarantine for 14 days before enjoying the Territory. International arrivals will still be required to undergo 14 days of mandatory self-quarantine.
Building on the activities which have continued during the recent months to keep the Northern Territory top of mind of Australians planning a holiday, Tourism NT will be live with a national marketing campaign to be announced by the Minister for Tourism, Sport and Culture very soon.
Tourism NT has been engaging closely with our domestic airlines over the past three months, and we anticipate further capacity announcements shortly on the back of this announcement.