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US News The borders of New Zealand reopened after the Pandemic

01:50  01 august  2022
01:50  01 august  2022 Source:   rfi.fr

The deputies validate an agreement with the Senate on the health bill

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New Zealand/Coronavirus: the borders of New Zealand reopened after the Pandemic

by Lucy Craymer

Wellington, August 1 (Reuters)-The borders of New- Zealand completely reopened to visitors around the world on Monday, for the first time since the COVVI-19 pandemic resulted in their closure in March 2020.

The New Zealand borders began to reopen in February for New Zealand and restrictions have been gradually softened.

The border reopening process ended on Sunday evening. Visitors who need a visa and those who have a student visa are now allowed to return to the country and New Zealand now authorizes cruise ships and foreign pleasure yachts to dock in its ports.

Foreign students have largely contributed to the New Zealand economy and educational services hope that the reopening of borders will give new impetus to the schools and universities of the country. (Report Lucy Craymer, French version Benjamin Mallet)

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