The New Zealand Warriors rugby league team, which received special permission to travel to Australia and self-isolate before taking part in a tournament later in May, arrive in Tamworth. This could pave the way for a trans-Tasman travel bubble. Photo: Reuters The New Zealand Warriors rugby league team, which received special permission to travel to Australia and self-isolate before taking part in a tournament later in May, arrive in Tamworth. This could pave the way for a trans-Tasman travel bubble. Photo: Reuters
The New Zealand Warriors rugby league team, which received special permission to travel to Australia and self-isolate before taking part in a tournament later in May, arrive in Tamworth. This could pave the way for a trans-Tasman travel bubble. Photo: Reuters

New Zealand, Australia discuss coronavirus ‘travel bubble’ to allow two-way movement

  • New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she will take part in a meeting of Australia’s emergency coronavirus cabinet on Tuesday
  • Australia, which launched a contact tracing app last week, reported 26 new Covid-19 cases on Monday, while New Zealand recorded no new cases

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
The New Zealand Warriors rugby league team, which received special permission to travel to Australia and self-isolate before taking part in a tournament later in May, arrive in Tamworth. This could pave the way for a trans-Tasman travel bubble. Photo: Reuters The New Zealand Warriors rugby league team, which received special permission to travel to Australia and self-isolate before taking part in a tournament later in May, arrive in Tamworth. This could pave the way for a trans-Tasman travel bubble. Photo: Reuters
The New Zealand Warriors rugby league team, which received special permission to travel to Australia and self-isolate before taking part in a tournament later in May, arrive in Tamworth. This could pave the way for a trans-Tasman travel bubble. Photo: Reuters
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