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Starting this Friday, eligible short-term visitors will not need to undergo two weeks of mandatory self-isolation.
The territory’s commerce chief says in-depth talks have resumed after they were put on hold last month.
Instead, Wellington will prioritize the resumption of quarantine-free travel with other Pacific island nations.
If the proposal is adopted, travelers will be issued with “immunity passports” declaring they are free of Covid-19.
Two separate initiatives are being drawn up for business travelers and those with work-related long-term immigration passes.
Singapore, South Korea, and Malaysia are among those chosen, thanks to close economic ties with Japan and their handling of the Covid-19 out...
Countries in the Asia-Pacific region are pushing back plans for restarting international tourism to avoid a second wave of the virus.
If approved, the scheme may allow in tour groups from China, Japan, and Taiwan this August.
Putrajaya is seeking to reopen borders to citizens of nations now classified as Covid-19 “green zones.”