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New Zealand to partially restart travel ‘bubble’ with Australia

/ 11:02 AM June 29, 2021
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Passengers arrive from New Zealand after the Trans-Tasman travel bubble opened overnight, following an extended border closure due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, at Sydney Airport in Sydney, Australia, October 16, 2020. REUTERS FILE PHOTO

WELLINGTON — New Zealand said on Tuesday it will partially resume quarantine-free travel with Australia and remove all COVID-19 curbs in place in Wellington as no community cases were reported in the capital city after over a week of restrictions.

Quarantine-free travel will resume with South Australia, ACT, Tasmania and Victoria from July 5, COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins told a news conference.

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Coronavirus restrictions in Wellington will be eased from midnight on Tuesday, Hipkins said.

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