Thirteen long months after Australian’s federal government imposed an international travel ban, overseas trips are in a very modest and measured way back on the itinerary.
It began on Monday April 19 with the establishment of the much-anticipated travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand a notion first flagged in May 2020 as a quarantine-free, COVID-safe corridor between two countries which have been largely successful in dealing with the coronavirus.
More are expected to follow in the months…
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