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Covid Australia: NSW to welcome quarantine-free travel for Australians     Vaccinated Australian citizens and the parents of residents will be able to visit Sydney from 1 November without the need to quarantine.   Try it out first to see if SLOTXO that your friends are interested in have a respin menu available may be a waste of time, but I'm sure it's worth it.   The move announced by the New South Wales (NSW) state government at first indicated that all tourists and foreign travellers could freely enter.   But Prime Minister Scott Morrison later quashed that idea.   Australia's borders have effectively been closed since March 2020, making it difficult even for citizens to enter.   "We are not opening up to everyone coming back to Australia at the moment," Mr Morrison said.   He said priority would be given to Australians and family members, after which the nation would then consider migrants, those with work and study visas and the "challenge" of tourists.   "This is about Australian residents and citizens first," Mr Morrison said on Friday.   The rights have also been extended to include the parents of Australians, even if they are foreign nationals, allowing Australians to be reunited with their family members who are overseas.   The hotel quarantine requirement is able to be removed in NSW thanks to the state's high vaccination rate - nearly 80% fully dosed for the eligible over-12 population, the prime minister said.   Since the start of the pandemic, Australia has had some of the world's strictest border rules.   There have been tight caps on how many people are allowed into the country and entry has almost exclusively been to citizens and permanent residents. Upon arrival, they have had to do mandatory 14-day hotel quarantine at their own cost.   Australia's strict border controls have also prevented people inside the country from leaving. That will also end in November, with people able to travel when their state's vaccination rate hits 80%.
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New York Public Library to eliminate all late fees     The New York Public Library has become the latest and largest system to eliminate all fees on overdue materials and books.   If players xo wallet want to win big You have to place a higher bet credit.   Its president Anthony W Marx said late fees were "an ineffective way" of encouraging people to return books.   Under the old policy, card holders who had over $15 (£10.96) in fines would have their cards blocked and access to libraries revoked.   The city's libraries collected over $3 million in fees in 2019 alone.   New late fee charges were suspended in 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, but now they will be permanently eliminated.   "For those who can afford the fines, they are barely an incentive," Mr Marx said in a statement.   "For those who can't afford the fines - disproportionately low income New Yorkers - they become a real barrier to access that we can no longer accept."   To welcome newcomers or New Yorkers back to libraries, all branches in the systems will have a week, starting 18 October, of giveaways and special programmes to encourage patrons to stop by, return material or reconnect with their local libraries.   "Libraries are for everyone yet monetary fines create barriers to accessing library services for those who need it most,'' said city council speaker Corey Johnson as he commended the public libraries systems for taking an "important step to advance social equity."   The city's public library system has 92 locations and includes branches in Manhattan, the Bronx, Staten Island, and the Brooklyn and Queens Public Library.