New Zealand reopens to visa-waiver countries

Monday, 02 May, 2022 0

New Zealand reopened borders for visa-waiver travellers. It marks NZ’s latest progress towards a full border reopening

Travellers from visa-waiver countries may now enter if fully vaccinated and supply a negative pre-departure Covid test. Visa-waiver countries include Japan, the US, UK, Germany, South Korea, Malaysia and Canada.

Tourism Minister Stuart Nash called it a ‘milestone for visitors.’ NZ earlier reopened borders for vaccinated Australian nationals and permanent residents.


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