Travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand “start safely”



The unquarantine trip between Australia and New Zealand (NZ) will begin on April 19, but travelers will need to be prepared for the confusion caused by the outbreak of the CCP virus.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced details of the cross-Tasman travel bubble with Australia on April 6. The country’s director of health considers the risk of traveling to Australia to be low, saying that a trip without quarantine is “safe to start.”

This means that Australians can travel to New Zealand without the need for quarantine.

According to Ardern, the New Zealand Cabinet accepted the Secretary-General’s advice and was confident in Australia and its unique ability to manage its arrangements.

“Today, the Cabinet has been advised that the conditions for starting an unquarantine trip with Australia have been met,” said New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Told reporters..

However, Ardern pointed out that the round-trip trip to both countries would not be the same as before COVID.

She warned travelers to be prepared for possible outbreaks when arranging trips across the ditch, that is, across the Tasman Sea.

“People who travel on both sides of the ditch will do so under the guidance of the leaflets,” she said. “People need to plan about the potential for travel to be interrupted in the event of an outbreak.”

Australians can travel to New Zealand from 11:59 pm on Sunday, April 18th, New Zealand time, without the need to quarantine on arrival.

Officials from both countries will work closely together to manage the outbreak together. Ardern described New Zealand’s “continuation, suspension, suspension” framework for outbreaks in the region.

In the event of a local outbreak, rather than suspending all international flights, flights to that Australian state may be suspended or suspended at risk.

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