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Travelling to Australia Quarantine-Free

To travel to Australia quarantine-free, you must: meet immigration requirements spend 14 full days in either New Zealand or Australia before you leave — this means you can travel from…
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Travelling to New Zealand Quarantine-Free

To travel to New Zealand quarantine-free, you must: meet all immigration requirements have spent 14 full days in New Zealand or the country you’re travelling to. For example, if you’re travelling from Australia you need to have spent…
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Quarantine-Free Travel

How does Quarantine-Free Travel work? Currently, New Zealand has Quarantine-Free travel arrangements with: Australia the Cook Islands Niue (but only from Niue to NZ) Quarantine-Free Travel is where you can…
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12. EXEMPTIONS FROM MANAGED ISOLATION

The New Zealand Government has a strong and robust exemption system to protect New Zealand from COVID-19. A permission to leave managed isolation is only issued in very limited circumstances…
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11. LEAVING THE FACILITY

You are required to stay in the isolation facility for a minimum of 14 days (336 hours). This may start from the time you land in New Zealand, or from…
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10. UNDER 18 – PLAN AFTER YOU LEAVE

If you are under 18, we will help you and your whānau/parents/guardian to make your stay comfortable and safe. There may be some special provisions available, for example to enable…
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9. SUPPORT TO FEEL SAFE FROM VIOLENCE

New Zealand takes family violence and sexual violence seriously. No-one should feel scared or be harmed by others. Help is available for all adults and children. If you’re in immediate…
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6. WHAT TO EXPECT DURING YOUR STAY – PART 3

Māori Pharmacists free phone line Questions about your medicines? Call 0800 664 688 and a Māori pharmacist will call you back for a kōrero. Ngā Kaitiaki o Te Puna Rongoā…
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5. WHAT TO EXPECT DURING YOUR STAY – PART 2

Follow basic health and hygiene precautions Wash your hands with soap and water often (for at least 20 seconds) and dry thoroughly or use hand sanitiser. Keep a distance of…
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