December 3, 2021

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New Zealand will reopen its borders in 2022 for people who have been vaccinated against Covit-19

The New Zealand government announced on Thursday that it was considering reopening its borders in 2022 for visitors under certain restrictions, such as vaccination against the corona virus, and there are some restrictions depending on the origin of the visitor.

In the case of tourists from Low risk countries And if vaccinated, they do not need to have a mandatory 14-day isolation once they arrive in the Oceanic country. Meanwhile, travelers from medium or high risk countries should be isolated.

“The low-risk route will allow free isolation for vaccinated travelers from low-risk countries,” the Prime Minister’s statement said. Jacintha Artern, A step-by-step process for re-opening boundaries is explained.

New Zealand launches Covit-19 immunization campaign on 20 February, administering doses Workers at border posts And Isolated centers, Then The Health workers And people Risk health conditions. However, the process is slow compared to other countries, which threatens Artern’s popularity.

AstraZeneca and Pfizer vaccines are used in the country.

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