The Government’s move to open Auckland’s border has been met with criticism that it is “confusing” and a “mistake”, Newshub reveals. Aucklanders will be able to resume interregional travel once the boundary restrictions lift on December 15, with the two-way border open to fully vaccinated Kiwis or those who have evidence of a negative test within 72 hours before departure. But National Party leader Judith Collins says this plan will “create a summer of chaos”. She also says if Aucklanders can travel on December 15, they should be able to travel today.
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