By Henry Cooke on STUFF…
New Zealand is part of informal discussions with eight other countries who are winning the fight against Coronavirus, but the talks are not yet focused on travel between the nations.
The “early movers group” – led by Austria – contains Austria, Australia, Denmark, Greece, Norway, the Czech Republic, Israel, Singapore, and New Zealand.
The Guardian reported on Wednesday that the group was discussing travel between the nations, which have all been quite successful in the battle against Covid-19.
But a spokesman from the Prime Minister’s Office said that while New Zealand was involved in the talks they were at this point more focused on sharing Covid-19 experiences, not a large travel bubble.
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