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New Zealand Plans to Reopen to Foreign Tourists by the End of April
Fully vaccinated travelers entering the country next year will face significant restrictions, with a mandatory seven-day home isolation period, as well as tests on departure and arrival.
Today, I am confirming that fully vaccinated New Zealanders will find it easier to come home from January. And foreign nationals follow from April onwards, as we remove the requirement for managed isolation and quarantine for most travelers arriving into New Zealand. There will still be carefully managed processes for recent arrivals, including a mandatory seven-day self-isolation period for people who are not required to enter MIQ. We do know that the international restrictions we have had around our border have been tough for many people. That’s why we’re making this announcement today, to give families, businesses, visitors, airlines, airports and others the time to prepare.
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