Vaccinated travelers from S’pore can enter New Zealand from May 1st – Mothership.SG
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New Zealand will open its borders to tourists from visa-exempt countries from 11:59 p.m. (local time) on May 1.
Fully vaccinated visitors from those countries, including Singapore, can travel to the country without having to self-isolate on arrival, according to a press release from the New Zealand government.
However, you would have to submit a negative pre-test. Negative rapid antigen tests (ART) are also required on arrival and on the 5th day of your visit.
The country will also open to arrivals from Australia from April 13th.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said at a March 16 news conference that the country had “received guidance” that it was now safe “to move forward significantly, bring back the next stage of work to reopen the border”. [their] tourists”, 1News reported.
“We are ready to welcome the world back,” she said.
She added that visitors should be prepared to isolate themselves for a week if they test positive for Covid-19 while in New Zealand.
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