Covid 19 coronavirus: Jacinda Ardern, Cabinet set to approve New Zealand-Australia transtasman travel bubble

PM Jacinda Ardern talks to the media about New Zealand-Australia transtasman travel bubble. Video / Mark Mitchell

A quarantine-free transtasman travel bubble will get the green light today – and may start within two weeks.

The Australian newspaper reported this morning that the bubble was expected to begin next Monday, April 12, or the following Monday, April 19, according to the newspaper’s federal government and industry sources.

New Zealand’s Cabinet is meeting today to sign off a starting date, which Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern will reveal in a press conference this afternoon.

Ardern told reporters this morning that Cabinet would today be looking to see if the airlines were ready for a travel bubble and if director-general of health…

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