Trans-Tasman bubble conundrum: What to do if Australia opens to other countries?

A Stuff article.

Not long after Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Australian travellers would be allowed to visit New Zealand quarantine-free, talk began of Australia opening its borders to other nations.

The Sydney Morning Herald reported that Australian immigration and health authorities were exploring plans to open up to Singapore within months, followed by other nations with low Covid-19 numbers, including Fiji, Vietnam and Thailand as well as countries with higher case numbers such as Japan and South Korea.

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