New Zealand shuts Australia travel bubble as Sydney’s Covid outbreak worsens
Jacinda Ardern pauses flights for eight weeks as her health chief says the spread in NSW was ‘clearly not under control’
New Zealand is shutting down the quarantine-free travel bubble with Australia for two months, as the country grapples with a number of serious outbreaks of Covid-19.
The country had already paused travel with the states of New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. The new pause applies to all of Australia for the next eight weeks.