新西兰边境开放分三步开放,完全接种疫苗的外国人4月底开始可以入境新西兰

以下是您需要了解的有关今天的边境公告的关键信息:

从 2022 年 1 月 16 日(星期日)晚上 11 点 59 分起,完全接种疫苗的新西兰人和其他符合条件的旅客可以从澳大利亚前往新西兰,而无需留在 MIQ。
从 2022 年 2 月 13 日(星期日)晚上 11 点 59 分开始,已接种疫苗的新西兰人和其他符合条件的旅客可以从所有其他国家/地区前往新西兰。
从 2022 年 4 月 30 日起,所有完全接种疫苗的人都可以前往新西兰,随着时间的推移重新开放。
印度尼西亚、斐济、印度、巴基斯坦和巴西的极高风险分类将于下月初取消。COVID-19 响应部长克里斯·希普金斯 (Chris Hipkins) 今天在一份声明中说,由于政府取消了对大多数旅客的 MIQ 要求,因此从 2022 年 1 月起,完全接种疫苗的新西兰人将更容易回家,而外国公民也将从 4 月起可以入境新西兰。
“关闭边境是我们为保护我们的国家免受 COVID-19 侵害而采取的第一步,这将是我们在过渡到交通灯保护框架系统和取消奥克兰边界后开放的最后一件事, ”希普金斯说。
“我们有一个明确、简单和安全的计划,包括强制性的自我隔离期。 边境将分三步开放,所有不需要进入 MIQ 的旅客仍需:
– 出发前检测阴性
– 已完全接种疫苗的证明
– 关于旅行历史的旅客声明
– 抵达时的 0/1 天检测
– 要求自我隔离 7 天,以及
– 进入社区前的最后一次阴性检测



Here’s the key info you need to know regarding today’s border announcement: 

Fully vaccinated Kiwis and other eligible travellers can travel to NZ from Australia without staying in MIQ from 11.59pm Sunday, 16 January 2022.
Fully vaccinated Kiwis and other eligible travellers can travel to NZ from all other countries from 11.59pm Sunday, 13 February 2022.
All fully vaccinated individuals will be able to travel to NZ from 30 April 2022 onwards, with the re-opening staged over time.
The Very High-Risk classification for Indonesia, Fiji, India, Pakistan and Brazil will be removed early next month.
Fully vaccinated New Zealanders will find it easier to come home from January 2022, with foreign nationals to follow from April onwards, as the Government removes the requirement for MIQ for most travellers, COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said today in a statement.
“Closing our border was one of the first steps we took to keep our country safe from COVID-19 and it’ll be the last thing we open up, following our transition into the traffic light protection framework system and lifting of the Auckland boundary,” Hipkins said.
“We have a clear, simple and safe plan, including a mandatory period of self-isolation. The border will open in three steps and all travellers not required to go into MIQ will still require:
– a negative pre-departure test
– proof of being fully vaccinated
– a passenger declaration about travel history
– a day 0/1 test on arrival
– a requirement to self-isolate for seven days, and
– a final negative test before entering the community



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