Australia-NZ bubble likely on April 19

australia nz bubble likely on april 19

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VideoTwo-way travel bubble with New Zealand expected to be announced

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will reveal the start date for quarantine-free travel for Australians to Aotearoa on Tuesday afternoon.

Ms Ardern’s cabinet will meet to sign off a plan to create the trans-Tasman bubble on Tuesday morning, before a 4pm local time (2pm AEST) announcement.

The prime minister has remained tight-lipped on possible start dates, but Air NZ may have given the game away.

The national carrier is selling a vastly increased number of quarantine-free flights across the Tasman from April 19.

The Australian newspaper also reports industry chief John Hart saying “the 19th was pretty much definite”.

In Wellington on Tuesday morning, Ms Ardern said “they do not know cabinet’s decisions. We have not told them the date we will be opening”…

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