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Travel bubble plans abandoned amid global spread of Delta variant


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Plans for travel pacts between countries are being dropped, as the Covid-19 pandemic shows no sign of abating. The so-called “travel bubbles” were designed to revive international travel between low-risk countries but have had a number of false starts and now look to be shelved. TTR Weekly reports that an arrangement between Australia and New Zealand, allowing for quarantine-free travel between both countries, is now on hold. The move, confirmed by New Zealand leader Jacinda Ardern, comes as Australia finds itself battling a rise in cases of the highly-contagious Delta variant. The travel bubble between the 2 countries was operated […]

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One of the few sensible decisions made in a long time. We all want a normal life back but not at any cost . Early variants were bad enough but the Delta one is the the biggest risk so far.

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