Covid 19 coronavirus: The rush home for 20,000 Kiwis after Jacinda Ardern pops travel bubble

A NZ Herald article.

The rush home for up to 20,000-odd Kiwis in Australia is on following the suspension of the transtasman bubble and a seven-day deadline for getting back without the need for an MIQ voucher – which are all currently taken.

Yesterday Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said the overall risk from Australia was low, but the threat of the Delta variant and the risk of “seepage” across state borders triggered the need for the suspension.

It came into force at midnight last night and will remain for at least eight weeks.

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