Australia and New Zealand’s ‘World-Leading’ Pandemic Response Brings Start of Two-Way Travel Bubble

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has attributed the establishment of a quarantine-free two-way travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand to each country’s success in managing the CCP virus pandemic. “This latest major step in the resumption of international travel has only been possible due to the internationally recognised, world-leading responses to the COVID-19 pandemic by Australia and New Zealand,” Morrison said in a statement on April 6. Morrison told reporters that both countries had not suffered the same types of virus impacts seen in other parts of the world. “The fact that we now can combine again will mean jobs; it will mean people reunited,” he said. “It will mean many opportunities as those normal relations are restored between Australia and New Zealand.” The two-way Safe Travel Zone between the two countries follows Australia opening a one-way bubble six months ago, with more than 34,000 arrivals into Australia from New …

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