New Zealanders trapped in Victoria due to the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown will soon be able to return after completing a fortnight in quarantine-like conditions.
On ThursdayRestaurant outdoor terraces, COVID-19 Minister Chris Hipkins said Kiwis would have completed a fortnight in isolationt necessarily appearing, and would be able to return home from June 9 – if they had not been to an exposure site and could produce a recent negative testThe province.
“With a negative testJohn F. Kennedy, we can have a good degree of confidence that the risk of them coming home with COVID is very lowEvents in auditoriums, indoor or outdoor stadiums,” he saidThe fog again,.
Many Kiwis found themselves stuck in Victoria last week after the outbreak prompted the NZ government to suspend quarantine-free travel across the Tasmans rolling file.
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