After the coronavirus was detected in one person in Australia, New Zealand suspended reciprocal flights, which began on April 19 after a year.
In the coronavirus outbreak that has increased around the world, many countries have mutually stopped flights. Flights between New Zealand and Australia, where flights have been suspended since March last year, resumed on April 19 via the travel balloon method, but concerns were raised about travel balloon management after an employee at Auckland Airport in New Zealand tested positive for the coronavirus.
New Zealand has once again suspended reciprocal flights that began on April 19 after a year after a person was diagnosed with a coronavirus in Perth, Australia. In Perth, a three-day quarantine has been declared from midnight tonight.
In New Zealand, 2,600 cases of coronavirus have been detected since the outbreak began, while the total loss of life from Covid-19 has been recorded as 26. In Australia, the number of cases has been recorded as 29,626 and the loss of life as 910 since the outbreak began.