New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says her country has agreed to a quarantine-free travel bubble with Australia. Ardern said trips under the agreement, could begin early next year. Travelers from New Zealand have been allowed to enter most Australian states without quarantine since October. So far though, this has been a one-way agreement, meaning they must do 14 days of managed isolation on their return to New Zealand. Australians are not allowed into New Zealand at all, unless they have an exemption. - Smile 90.4FM

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says her country has agreed to a quarantine-free travel bubble with Australia. Ardern said trips under the agreement, could begin early next year. Travelers from New Zealand have been allowed to enter most Australian states without quarantine since October. So far though, this has been a one-way agreement, meaning they must do 14 days of managed isolation on their return to New Zealand. Australians are not allowed into New Zealand at all, unless they have an exemption.