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NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has encouraged people interstate to book a holiday in NSW, after announcing coronavirus travel restrictions would be lifted from June 1.
Ms Berejiklian said removing the non-essential travel ban was "great news" and that NSW was "always open to welcome people from other states".
Two days ago the Premier said it was too risky to give tourism the green light but that she now felt more "comfortable" as the number of new cases remained low.
Cultural institutions like museums, art galleries and libraries will also be allowed to open from the same date.
This article first appeared on www.abc.net.au
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