New Zealand and Australia join hands in two-way travel

New Zealand and Australia join hands in two-way travel
May 6, 2020 No Comments News customwar.com

New Zealand and Australia will open two-way tourism and set up a “tourist bubble” safety zone. New Zealand Prime Minister Arden attended the Australian cabinet meeting with video on the 5th, and the two sides exchanged views on the establishment of a tourist safety zone. Arden said: “Restoring the tourism relationship between the two sides will have a great effect on the economic recovery.” Morrison of Australia emphasized that New Zealand will be the first country in Australia to open its borders.

The two sides open the border

According to the “Guardian”, in order to revive the tourism economy, New Zealand Prime Minister Arden participated in the Australian cabinet meeting by video on the 5th. The two sides exchanged views on the establishment of a “tourist bubble” tourist safety zone.

New Zealand and Australia are each other’s major tourist countries, with 12 million and 16 million people traveling to each other’s country each year. Arden said in a media conference: “We discuss how to recover from this outbreak and restore the tourism relationship between the two sides, which will have a great effect on the economic recovery.” She said, “Ensure that both sides do not have a confirmed diagnosis of cross infection. After the case, we can proceed to the next step of opening the border and establishing a “tourism bubble.”

Australia has accumulated more than 6,000 people with new coronary pneumonia and 96 deaths. New Zealand has no new cases for 2 consecutive days. A total of 1137 cases have been diagnosed and 20 deaths. The mortality rate in both countries is about 1%. Morrison of Australia said that New Zealand will be the first country in Australia to open its borders. He said: “All countries in the world will establish links again. The fastest will be us and New Zealand.”

Team entry vanguard

According to the “Japan Today” report, Morrison and Arden also issued a joint statement after the cabinet meeting, jointly committing to “will establish a travel area as soon as the epidemic is safe and clear.”

The statement said: “The safe travel area across the Tasman Sea will be mutually beneficial, which will help our economic and trade recovery and the revitalization of the tourism industry. It will also enhance the exchange of sporting events and reunite family and friends.” New Zealand team “New Zealand Warriors” is allowed to enter. After two weeks of independent isolation, players will return to the Australian National Football League in May.

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