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New Zealand halted a “travel bubble” with Australia

After the increase in Coronavirus cases in Australia and New Zealand Decide to comment A “travel bill” between the two countries, which was valid since April 19. The decision came after some new cases were identified in Australia: particularly in the region of Perth, the capital of Western Australia, which will enter a three-day lockdown.

The “travel bubble” was created as a result of the low spread of the virus in both countries, to allow travelers between Australia and New Zealand to do so without having to go through a quarantine period. Already since last October we have been traveling from New Zealand They can enter In most Australian states without the need for quarantine, but it was not the same for travelers from Australia to New Zealand, about 1.5 million every year before the pandemic.

Over the past year, Australia and New Zealand have managed to contain the epidemic through strict restrictions and because they are islands that do not share their borders directly with other countries. New Zealand’s approach to the state of emergency has been seen as virtuous since the start of the pandemic, when the government closed its borders and imposed a strict lockdown. Unlike many European countries, for example, New Zealand has maintained its restrictions for a long time and has continued meticulous contact tracing activities. In many cases, identifying a small number of new cases was enough to prompt the New Zealand authorities to impose new lockdowns.

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