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A passenger from New Zealand arrives Friday morning at Sydney airport after the trans-Tasman travel bubble opened overnight. Image: REUTERs

First 'no-quarantine' flights arrive in Australia from New Zealand

By Jonathan Barrett

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New Zealand would be nuts not to quarantine. Australia still has a lot of community transmission and even between states has quarantine.

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Maybe NSW & Victoria, but Queensland, NT, WA, ACT nope.

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Not island nations with strong immigration quarantine policies are doing fine.

a shame.

Families still can’t travel from Sydney to Brisbane. Melbourne definitely not.

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It's the first phase of the travel bubble, a rare good moment in the history of this pandemic over the course of this year.

If you take a look at Japan, with all the easing of restrictions that have been going on there, you’ll see more good moments as well.

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