Wellington: The quarantine-free journey between New Zealand and Australia will start on 19 April, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern stated on Tuesday (6 April).
Ardern stated circumstances have been met to start a quarantine-free journey with Australia.
“Our workforce succeeded in managing COVID-19 and have the chance to reconnect with their family members for the previous 12 months and resume the Trans-Tasman journey,” Ardern stated at a information convention.
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