Fully vaccinated Kiwis and travellers will be able to bypass New Zealand’s managed isolation at the border from early next year, NZ Herald reports. Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins announced a three-step approach that will allow fully-vaccinated people to travel more freely in and out of New Zealand from next year. Phasing the approach was the safest way to reconnect New Zealand with the rest of the world, whilst still protecting vulnerable communities and health systems, he said.
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