From January, New Zealand will begin easing its border controls, Almost two years after the blockade of Kovit-19, tourists can return from the end of April.
Fully vaccinated New Zealanders and other eligible travelers will be able to enter New Zealand without segregation from Australia from January 17 and from all other countries from February 14. Minister Chris Hipkins responds to Govt-19, At a press conference Wednesday from Wellington. All people who have been fully vaccinated will be able to travel to New Zealand from April 30, the stumbling block will be reopened, he said.
“Closing our border is one of the first steps we have taken to keep our country safe from Govt-19, and this is the last thing we will open,” Hipkins said. “We have a clear, simple and secure plan that includes a period of mandatory self-isolation.
The border will be opened in three steps and all passengers who do not need to enter the managed isolation will be required to have a negative pre-departure test, a fully vaccinated test, a check-in upon arrival, a seven-day self-isolation requirement and a negative. Testing before entering the community.
The country closed its borders on March 19 last year to all except New Zealand citizens and permanent residents. The following month, the government introduced a system of managed isolation and isolation, which became a key component of New Zealand’s approach.
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