New Zealand Australia Travel Bubble: It has been stated by the New Zeland government, they are going to delay the reopening of its trans-Tasman travel bubble, case numbers are rising when it comes to Australia and the numbers in New Zeland have continued to drop over a while now, it has been confirmed by the Deputy Prime Minister naming Grant Robertson.
New Zealand Australia Travel Bubble
He has stated on Friday, the pause which has been in place regarding the quarantine-free travel is due to be expired in next week, it is now going to be extended for about 8 weeks more, it has been announced by the New South Wales, there have been 1,284 new cases and about 12 deaths, there are 510 cases which are existing right now in Victoria.
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New Zeland has reported 11 new cases in the country and all of them are based in Auckland, New Zeland’s coronavirus outbreak has managed to contain about 100 cases as of now but it seems like the daily numbers are getting down per day, all of the cases which have come today are form Auckland and it seems like two of them are epidemiologically linked.
We can be cautiously optimistic about the containment of it, this has been stated by the director of public health naming Dr. Caroline McElnay. Covid-19 response minister naming Chris Hipkinshas stated, they are doing their best to protect New Zeland from any possible spread of the delta variant and this is their top priority as of now, he further stated they have made great progress to contain the current outbreak and they are working hard to ease out the restrictions as much as possible.
It has been stated by Robertson, it is pretty unlikely that in November they are going to make a quick decision as to reopen the bubble, he further stated, they want the ability to assess it, New Zeland has hit a new milestone when it comes to its vaccine rollout, there are more than 3 million people who have died after their first dose which is 69% of the eligible population and it has been further stated, about 35% of the eligible population is vaccinated.
It has been announced by Hipkins who is the education minister, the school holidays are not going to be changed because of the lockdown, this has been announced on Friday by the minister. He has also advised on bringing forwards holidays when it comes to schools, after seeing the exhausted parents in Auckland who has raised concerns that students have missed out on too much school time due to the strict level of lockdown which is level 4.