New Zealand will close its borders until next year. By the beginning of 2022, it plans to allow vaccinated travelers from low-risk countries without isolation.
Thanks to its strict management, it has recorded 3,000 infections and 26 deaths across the epidemic.
‘Let’s move firmly’
“We are not in a position to fully reopen,” said Prime Minister Jacinta Artern. “We will be careful when we move because we want to do it with confidence and determination.”
Canberra is also controlled
Australia has ordered its capital, Canberra, to be jailed for seven days this Thursday following the discovery of a new corona virus case. The first outbreak in thirteen months in this city of more than 400,000 people.
“We do not currently know the source of the epidemic,” said Prime Minister Andrew Barr, chief of The Christian Science Monitor’s Washington bureau. “But a comprehensive investigation has been conducted. This is the worst public health risk we have faced in the region this year. In fact since the outbreak began. That is why we will introduce severe locks.”
There has been a small eruption of COVID 19 in Australia, which is already forced to close its two main cities of Melbourne and Sydney.
With Melbourne announcing that it will extend its sixth prison term until the 19th, Sydney is considering easing restrictions on vaccinated people after twenty new cases were registered in a single day.
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