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After two years of isolation, New Zealand has a date when it will reopen to tourists

After two years of isolation, New Zealand has a date when it will reopen to

The plans were different, but with the Delta eruption at the end of this year, New Zealand was forced to tighten the measures and continue to keep the borders closed for these holidays as well.

According to the latest announcement, fully vaccinated international travelers will be allowed to enter New Zealand from April 30, Minister Chris Hipkins told a news conference. Travelers will need to be isolated for seven days upon arrival.

Those who have a visa will be able to travel from 16 January.

Pressure has mounted on Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to reopen international borders ahead of the Christmas holidays so that New Zealand immigrants can return home. But health above all.

Two days ago, New Zealand decided to restore normalcy within the borders for all vaccinated by enabling them to live an almost normal life. The unvaccinated, on the other hand, will continue to stay at home, unable to attend any facilities other than the essential ones, such as supermarkets or hospitals.