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Australia has suspended the New Zealand travel bubble. What’s happening? And why did it take just one case of COVID-19?

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Australia has paused quarantine-free travel from New Zealand for at least three days.

All it took was one case of a highly transmissible COVID-19 variant in the community for Australia to suspend the travel bubble.

This is a quick look at what we know about the situation so far.

First up, what’s happening with the New Zealand travel bubble?

Quarantine-free travel from New Zealand to Australia has been put on hold for 72 hours.

People in New Zealand have been asked to reconsider their need to travel to Australia because they will be facing a minimum of 72 hours in hotel quarantine.

And if the pause is extended, you could face up to 14 days in quarantine.

Why did it…



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