Australia has extended its quarantine-free travel suspension with New Zealand until Sunday, despite the drop in alert levels for Auckland and the rest of the country, Stuff reports. In a statement on Australia’s Smart Traveller website, all flights from New Zealand to Australia are classified as Red Zone flights until at least February 21st. This would mean anyone arriving into Australia from New Zealand must complete 14 days quarantine in a supervised hotel. The decision to lift or extend the travel bubble will be reviewed by Monday, February 22nd.