Australia’s Govt temporarily suspends green zone travel arrangements with New Zealand

    Australia‘s Minister for Health and Aged Care Greg Hunt announced (25-Jan-2021) the suspension of Australia’s green zone travel arrangements with New Zealand for a minimum of 72 hours, effective immediately. Mr Hunt said the suspension is “taken out of an abundance of caution” due to New Zealand’s Government announcing a case of coronavirus detected in the community and advising “that the case detected is a variant of concern”. All green safe travel zone passengers from New Zealand currently, or with planned travel to Australia in the next 72 hours will enter hotel quarantine for up to 14 days on arrival, or take other action based on the requirements of the Australian State and Territory Governments. Travellers who arrived into Australia on a service from New Zealand on or since 14-Jan-2021 are asked to isolate and arrange to be tested for coronavirus.

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