A quarantine-free travel bubble will reopen with New Zealand from Sunday | The Examiner

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The New Zealand government has announced quarantine-free travel from Tasmania can resume from Sunday July 4th at 4pm. Passengers entering New Zealand will need to return a negative COVID test result no more than 72 hours before their scheduled departure time. This is only required if you have been in Australia for more than 72 hours. Tests and result certificates for travel clearance can be provided by North West Pathology, Launceston Pathology and Hobart Pathology. Previously, flights were paused following the worsening of COVID-19 outbreaks around Australia. ACT, South Australia and Victoria will also be included in the Trans-Tasman travel bubble. If you are in Tasmania and experience any cold or flu systems, contact the Public Health Hotline for advice or to arrange a test. For updates on high-risk locations, check the Tasmanian coronavirus website.

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