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‘Path to recovery’ as travel bubble gets underway

Deborah Knight & Ben Fordham
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For the first time in more than a year, Australians can travel to New Zealand without having to quarantine as the trans-Tasman bubble gets underway.

New Zealanders have been able to travel to Australia since late last year, but Australians can now cross the ditch provided they aren’t experiencing any flu-like symptoms.

Sydney Airport CEO Geoff Culbert told Deborah Knight the trans-Tasman travel bubble could be the first step to opening up international borders.

“Today was a really important first step on the pathway back.

“To see some life in the terminals for the first time in 12 months, it just gave us a lot of heart and we can see a path to recovery.”

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Medical Journal of Australia Editor Professor Nick Talley told Ben Fordham it’s a welcome move forward.

“It’s been worth all the hard work.

“Finally we’ve got a little bit of travel, good news.”

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Deborah Knight & Ben Fordham
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