COVID-19: Australia, New Zealand agree on 'travel bubble' between both countries |
COVID-19: Australia, New Zealand agree on 'travel bubble' between both countries
Australia and New Zealand have agreed to work on resuming travel between the two countries. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern joined Australia’s coronavirus cabinet meeting on May 5 to discuss the way forward. The so-called “travel bubble” will allow people to resume international journeys through the Tasman Sea without quarantine restrictions. However, both sides have warned it will take some time to work details out.
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