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Australia reopens ‘travel bubble’ with New Zealand – Al Jazeera English

Decision marks resumption of the only international arrivals into Australia who do not require 14 days in quarantine.

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Australia has reopened its travel bubble with New Zealand after the neighbouring country reported no new locally acquired COVID-19 cases for four days.
The decision on Sunday marks the resumption of the only international arrivals to Australia who do not require 14 days in hotel quarantine.
Australia had paused quarantine exemptions for trans-Tasman arrivals on January 25 after New Zealand reported its first new case in months.
No other community cases had been reported since the womans case was…

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