Last Thursday (6) after detecting two cases of Kovid-19 in Sydney, New Zealand decided to temporarily postpone travel without quarantine between destinations. As no new cases have been reported in Sydney in the past three days, the country has reestablished a travel bubble with New South Wales, also in Australia today (10). Information is there Global Travel Media.
Australian city flights started in New Zealand from 9:59 pm (local time) on Sunday (9), as no new cases were detected in the community. However, New Zealand officials will not allow those who have visited any of the exhibition sites, at the specified time announced by NSW Health in the last 14 days.
The decision to stop Australia’s most populous travel bubble was made due to “several pending unknowns”. Restriction. As a mandatory mask on public transport and more than 20 guests are not allowed in a house in Sydney, it has been reduced.
Following the relative success of the two countries in the induction of the Kovid-19, the trip was expected to begin from Australia to New Zealand on 19 April.