The New Zealand government said it will not require travellers from China to produce a negative COVID-19 test on arrival.
New Zealand’s COVID-19 minister, Ayesha Verrall, said in a statement on Wednesday that a public health risk assessment had concluded visitors from China would not contribute to the number of cases in the country.
The minister said; “There is minimal public health risk to New Zealand. Officials have done a public health risk assessment including working through scenarios of potential case numbers among travellers from China.
“This confirmed these visitors won’t contribute significantly to our COVID case numbers meaning entry restrictions aren’t required or justified.”
Some countries including the United Kingdom and the United States are requiring that travellers from China produce a negative COVID test.
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