Cook Islands reopens border with vaccinated New Zealanders

A Radio NZ article.

The Cook Islands has reopened its borders to fully vaccinated New Zealanders, but with less fanfare and more trepidation than last year’s kick-off.

The two-way quarantine-free travel bubble lasted just three months in 2021 before authorities pulled the pin due to Auckland’s Delta outbreak.

Since then, the island nation has vaccinated close to 100 percent of its eligible population, paving the way for today’s reconnection.

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