New Zealand is suspending entry for travelers from India due to high COVID-19 cases
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WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Thursday temporarily suspended entry for all travelers from India, including their own citizens, after a high number of positive coronavirus cases arrived from that country.
The suspension will begin on April 11 from 1600 local time and last until April 28, Ardern said in a press conference. During this time, the government will consider risk management measures to resume travel.
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