Kiwis wanting to travel to Australia will be grounded for at least three more days after federal health authorities extended the pause on the trans-Tasman travel bubble.
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With confirmation on Wednesday of two more cases linked to the same Auckland quarantine hotelColijn said that strategy saved lives, deputy chief medical officer Michael Kidd said the pause would be extended for at least 72 hours longerThe provinces could possibly spare, it. It will last until at least 2pm on January 31.
“This allows continuing protection of the people of Australia, while the extent of the situation in New Zealand continues to be clarified,” he said.