Covid: Australia and New Zealand 'bubble' reopens, first flight - the world

Covid: Australia imposes quarantine on arrivals from New Zealand and Oceania

Australia suspended “corridor” with New Zealand Arrivals are exempt from quarantine due to last night’s lockdown in Auckland. This was announced by the Australian Department of Health, CNN reports.

Yesterday, New Zealand imposed a three-day lockdown in Auckland after three local cases of coronavirus were detected. According to what was later learned, all three cases are related to the English variant.

Australian authorities have announced that travelers from New Zealand will now have to spend a 14-day period in one of the country’s designated hotels.

In the meantime New Zealand and Australia received the first shipments of Pfizer’s Covid vaccines, respectively 60 thousand and more than 142 thousand doses: This was announced by the relevant prime ministers, according to CNN reports. In Australia, vaccinations will begin on February 22, while in New Zealand next Saturday. In addition to the Pfizer vaccine, Australia has reached agreements to buy 53.8 million doses of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine and 51 million of those made by Novavax, but the latter two have not been approved by the authorities.

The Pakistan It has reported 1,048 cases of coronavirus and 26 deaths in the past 24 hours, according to the Department of National Health Services. Since the beginning of the pandemic, the country has seen a total of 56,407 infections and 12,333 deaths. In the past 24 hours, 910 people have recovered, bringing the total number of people recovered to 525,979. There are currently 1,680 patients in critical condition.

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