The Prime Minister announced that New Zealand will fully reopen its borders in early August

The Prime Minister announced that New Zealand will fully reopen its borders in early August

From July 31 at 11:59pm, New Zealand’s borders will be completely open to the world, two months ahead of schedule, ending measures that went into effect in March 2020 to combat the pandemic.

New Zealand is now fully open to a job“If the archipelago records one of the lowest rates of coronavirus-related deaths in developed countries, voices have been raised to denounce the inflexible measures that have affected economic growth,” the Prime Minister of New Zealand, Ms. Ardern announced.

It was previously very strict health restrictions in New Zealand

For most of the pandemic, all people arriving from abroad have had to undergo a two-week quarantine in government-run hotels guarded by the military.

So far, only New Zealand citizens and citizens of countries with visa-free agreements can travel to New Zealand, with the rest of the world having to wait until October.

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Ms Ardern said on Tuesday that the date for the full opening of borders had been brought forward by more than two months as part of a series of announcements aimed at reviving the economy, including the tourism sector.

“This will be good news for families, businesses and migrants. It also provides time for airlines and cruise lines to prepare to return to New Zealand during the peak periods of spring and summer,” the prime minister said.

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New Zealand had 3.9 million visitors in 2019 and the tourism sector represents more than NZ$16 billion (€9.57 billion) annually.

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