New Zealand reported Tuesday it'll open a long-anticipated travel bubble with Australia. The beginning of quarantine-free travel between the neighboring countries comes as a help to families who have been isolated by the coronavirus widespread as well as to battling tourist administrators.
Both nations have been effective in fighting out the spread of the virus. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said health authorities believe the chance of the infection being transmitted from Australia is low which travel is presently safe.
Australia had already permitted New Zealanders to arrive without going into quarantine but New Zealand had taken a more cautious approach. They require travelers from Australia to spend two weeks in isolation upon entry.
In spite of the fact that the bubble will open up spaces at New Zealand quarantine facilities, the country isn't planning to extend the number of travelers it accepts from other countries because it continues its cautious approach to the infection. The declaration comes ahead of the New Zealand ski season and was welcome news for numerous traveler towns, including the ski resort of Queenstown.
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