New Zealand suspends entry of all Indian passengers from April 11 to 28 amid spike in COVID-19 cases

New Zealand suspends entry of all Indian passengers from April 11 to 28 amid spike in COVID-19 cases

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New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: Amid the second wave of coronavirus in India with the country reporting over 1 lakh fresh COVID-19 infections daily, New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern on Thursday ordered a temporary suspension on the entry of all passengers from India, including the citizens of New Zealand.

The suspension of Indian travellers' entry into New Zealand will start from April 11 and will continue till April 28. During this time the government will look at risk management measures to resume travel.

The move comes after New Zealand recorded 23 new positive coronavirus cases at its border on Thursday, of which 17 were from India.

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