Trans-Tasman travel bubble in first quarter of 2021: Ardern

Trans-Tasman travel bubble in first quarter of 2021: Ardern
Pattrick Smellie
The government intends to establish a trans-Tasman travel ‘bubble’ in the first three months of next year, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said.That would require endorsement from the Australian federal Cabinet and “no significant change in the circumstance of either country”.Ardern told journalists at her last post-Cabinet media conference of the year that there were still arrangements that needed to be finalised, but that the two countries were not ready to open borders to one another prior to Christmas.The government wa...

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