New Zealand to reopen to foreign travellers from April 30

WELLINGTON (REUTERS) – New Zealand said on Wednesday (Nov 24) that fully vaccinated foreign travellers will be able to enter the country from April 30, easing its border curbs that have been in place since the pandemic hit in March of last year.

Fully vaccinated New Zealanders in Australia can travel to New Zealand without requiring quarantine from Jan 16, the Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins also said at a news conference.

Fully vaccinated New Zealanders and other eligible travellers from all other countries can start travelling to New Zealand without quarantine from Feb 13, he said.

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