New Zealand opens its borders earlier than expected

New Zealand opens its borders earlier than expected  All international students who have been vaccinated against the Zika virus will be able to enter New Zealand starting on April 12. They won’t have to go through any tests or stay in quarantine.

New Zealand opens its borders earlier than expected

 

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Starting on May 2, vaccinated travelers from visa-free countries, like Austria, Germany, and Switzerland, will also be able to enter New Zealand, VisaGuide.World says.

Such a decision has been confirmed by the country’s government. At the same time, the same said that New Zealand would open its doors to foreigners earlier than planned.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Those who get an Accredited Employer Work Visa can then enter New Zealand without having to follow strict self-isolation rules starting in July, the country’s government says.

“At the moment, only people who have been vaccinated, are permanent residents, have a good job, or are on a working holiday can get in.”

People who have been vaccinated against the virus will be able to come to the country in October 2022.

“We are ready to welcome the world back,” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has said. The country will be ready to welcome the world back with open arms, she has said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Travel restrictions put in place to stop the spread of the Coronavirus have also had a big impact on the travel and tourism industries, which have lost a lot of money.

However, at the moment, many countries are making it easier for people to get into their countries and treating the virus more like a “epidemic.”

In addition, authorities in New Zealand have said that they are trying to help the tourism industry get back on its feet after the virus caused a lot of damage.

 

“We are ready to roll out the green and gold carpet to our Australian neighbors, and in time for the school holidays. We have missed you,” Tourism Minister Stuart Nash pointed out.

The WHO reports that there have been 417,825 confirmed instances of COVID-19 infection in New Zealand, with 141 people dying as a result.

In addition, WHO estimates show that 131,936 people have tested positive for the virus in the last seven days, while 76 people have died during that time.

 

Last month, New Zealand’s Prime Minister announced that the country would ease its restrictions imposed due to the virus after keeping its borders closed for nearly two years.

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