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New Zealand reopens to tourists from other countries

New Zealand reopens to tourists from other countries

  • Visitors from countries with visa-free contracts will be able to enter New Zealand soil from May 2.

New ZealandGovt-19 has used a tight closure for nearly two years to control the epidemic, it announced this Wednesday Improvements in re-opening its borders to tourists coming from countries without a visa requirement. From May 2, the country will allow tourists from countries with no visa agreements, such as the United Kingdom, the United States, Japan, Germany, South Korea and Singapore, to enter without segregation, with the COVIT-19 vaccine if there is complete guidance for travelers.

Prime Minister Jacinta Arden said today that the improvement, which was estimated to be reopened to the group from July on the original calendar, came after the local government considered the security of the operation. The President has announced Early entry date for all Australian touristsFrom April 13 – to July – it represented 40% of those who came before the infection – if they were fully immunized and tested for the virus before and after they arrived.

New Zealand has been defending its borders since March 2020 It also delayed the return of its home country by imposing a daily entry quota to prevent the virus from entering and spreading across the country. “Closing our border was one of the first steps we took two years ago to prevent Govt-19. Report ..

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In early February, officials announced Plan to reopen In five stages, starting on February 28, the daily limit for returns for New Zealanders and country residents will be raised, ending in October, with the date yet to be changed, for all tourists coming from countries requiring a visa. It reopened with a poor record of daily cases since the onset of the epidemic, but that has not translated into a large increase in mortality rates.

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New Zealand recorded less than 100 cases of Govt-19 in January, vaccinating 96% of the target population in two doses, registering 21,633 new infections this Wednesday and amassing 399,342 cases, including 102 deaths since the outbreak. . Despite the high vaccination rate, in February and early March, when they were Evicted by policeThousands of protesters marched in front of parliament to protest the mandatory vaccination and other measures against the epidemic in some sectors of the workforce.