NZ Herald nzherald.co.nz 28 Apr, 2021 00:30 am

Covid 19 coronavirus: 'Loophole' quarantine-free travel relies on people 'to do the right thing'

Covid 19 coronavirus: 'Loophole' quarantine-free travel relies on people 'to do the right thing'
A man is self-isolating in Northland after travelling to New Zealand from Perth.

Photo / Supplied A man is self-isolating in Northland after travelling to New Zealand from Perth, despite the city being in lockdown." Travel bubble relies on people's 'honesty, integrity' - INZ Immigration New Zealand manager Peter Elms said it was not a loophole." He told Morning Report that New Zealand would always be vulnerable to individuals who broke the rules.Families and friends re-united at Auckland Airport on the first day of quarantine free travel between New Zealand and Australia.

Quarantine-free travel between New Zealand and Western Australia will resume from midday today.Whangārei Mayor Sheryl Mai said Northland residents could not fathom how it happened.

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