New Zealand Is Finally Out Of Coronavirus

New Zealand Is Finally Out Of Coronavirus

13/06/2020 0 By M Zaman

New Zealand is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the southern hemisphere of the world. New Zealand finally declares the country is out of Coronavirus.

Currently, there are no active cases of Covid-19 or Coronavirus related patients.

As, there are no going cases of Coronavirus. New Zealand finally declares ”virus free”.

There are no requirement to follow social-distancing rules in New Zealand any-more.

Although, there are no barriers to maintain Coronavirus related rules in New Zealand. But, there uncertainties over when the country will open its border for the purposes of tourism.

Tourism is one of the major financial sectors of the New Zealand’s boosting economy.

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In 2019, country’s tourism expenditure was $40.9 or £21 billion (conversion rates as of 13 June, 2020). There are more than 229,566 people were directly employed in tourism industry a statistics reveals.

Also, there were nearly 3 million visited in 2019. New Zealand had received more than 500,000 visitors from Australia, 200,000 from China and USA.

On the other hand, there were nearly 100,000 visitors from the UK between the periods of April 2019 and March 2020.

But, there are likelihood that New Zealand will initially open its tourism sector for Australian travellers.

Wild lupins brighten up the landscape during spring as magnificient purple flowers bloom around Lake Tekapo on New Zealand's South Island

Wild lupins brighten up the landscape during spring as magnificient purple flowers bloom around Lake Tekapo on New Zealand’s South Island (Image: Earth and Sky / Maki Yanagimachi)

Currently, Australia has 7,294 Coronavirus related cases against 102 deaths and 6,812 recovered (as of 13 June, 2020).

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New Zealand is a beautiful country to visit in the Oceania continent.

During 2019, the country introduced eTA (Electronic Travel Authority) for citizens of all 60 visa waiver countries and cruise travellers of all nationalities. Travellers will need to provide their personal details this including their plans of travel in New Zealand.

There are additional information about eTA visa for New Zealand is available from here.

In Europe, Greece and Iceland are ready to welcome new tourists.

You will find additional information about visiting New Zealand from here.

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