New Zealand suspends entry for travellers from India due to high Covid-19 cases
Thursday, 8 April 2021 () New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Thursday announced a temporary ban on travellers from India starting April 11 due to the massive increase in Covid-19 cases, news agency Reuters reported. The suspension of entry for all travellers, including New Zealand’s own citizens, begins from 4pm local time on April 11 and will be in place until April 28, the New Zealand PM was quoted as saying by the agency.
New Zealand temporarily suspended entry for all travellers from India following a surge in COVID-19 cases. The ban comes after it New Zealand reported that 17 of the 23 new COVID-19 cases in managed isolation had arrived from India. "They should start air bubble for students and working people. They...
A long-anticipated travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand has been opened.The start of quarantine-free travel was a relief for families who have been separated by the coronavirus pandemic as well as to struggling tourist operators.It marked the first, tentative steps towards what both countries hope will become a gradual reopening to the rest of the world.The idea of a bubble between Australia and New Zealand had been talked about for months but faced setbacks because of several small virus outbreaks in both countries, which were eventually stamped out.
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Starting on April 19, New Zealand will allow Australians to travel to the country without quarantine, which forms a quarantine-free travel bubble between the two countries as Australia has been permitting New Zealand travelers without any quarantine requirement since last October. Journalist Angus Watson reports.
New Zealand on Thursday temporarily suspended entry for all travellers from India, including its own citizens, for about two weeks following a high number of positive coronavirus cases in India. The move comes after New Zealand recorded 23 new positive coronavirus cases at its border on Thursday, of which 17 were from India. India is battling a deadly second wave of COVID-19 with daily infections this week passing the peak of the first wave seen last September.
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New Zealand has announced it will open a long-anticipated travel bubble with Australia on April 19.New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern said health officials believe the risk of the virus being transmitted from Australia is low and that travel is now safe.
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