Despite concerns about the corona virus, the Australian team received a green light from authorities to enter New Zealand on Tuesday. This will allow the Pletislow Cup and rugby championship matches to be played between the Wallabies and the All Blacks. The first of the three tests will take place on August 7, and the other two tests will take place on the 21st and 28th.
Doubts arose at the series of meetings as Wellington decided to suspend the “bubble” created with Australia and that the two countries were allowed to circulate freely without isolation. This result was justified by the fact that the delta on the vast island-continent was polluted with variability.
New Zealand Sports Minister Grant Robertson has announced that the Wallabies have received an exceptional authorization to enter the New Zealand border under a section that allows them to exempt events that have a major economic impact. ” Wallabies have been forming in their bubble for some time, and they will fly on a charter flight to Auckland on Friday morning from their base in Queensland. Said Robertson.
Are matches 2 and 3 upside down?
Discussions continue over the second and third matches of the Pledislow Cup, which will also account for the rugby championship, which is theoretically scheduled in Perth and later in Wellington. This would mean the other two border crossings in the state.
Dave Rennie, the coach of Wallabies, estimated that instead of increasing the number of visits and trips between the two countries, the second match could take place in Wellington and the third in Perth.
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