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Australia-New Zealand travel bubble to partially open within two weeks – The Guardian

Scott Morrison and Jacinda Ardern have agreed that New Zealanders can travel to New South Wales and the Northern Territory from 16 October



Australia will allow New Zealanders to enter two of its seven states within a fortnight but New Zealand is not yet returning the favour.
The Australian prime minister, Scott Morrison, announced the plan on Friday after both nations closed their borders in mid-March at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Travellers from New Zealand must not have been in a designated Covid-19 hotspot in the 14 days before they fly to Australia. A hotspot is defined as having a rolling three-day average of…

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