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After two years of what has been some of the world's strictest lockdown measures, New Zealand has finally reopened for tourism.
As of May 2nd, vaccinated travelers who arrive with a negative COVID test from 60 visa-waiver countries including the US and Canada can enter the country.
New Zealand requires all travelers 17 and older to carry full proof of vaccination.
All travelers must take a pre-departure test. This can be a rapid antigen test (RAT) taken no more than 24 hrs before scheduled departure. A polymerase chain reaction test (PCR) taken no more than 48 hrs before scheduled departure. Or a loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) taken no more than 24 hrs before scheduled departure.
All travelers must also complete the New Zealand Traveler Declaration form before traveling to New Zealand and be issued a New Zealand Traveler Pass.
Upon arrival, travelers will be given two rapid antigen tests (RAT). One test is to be taken on the arrival day or day 1 and the second is to be taken on day 5 or 6. *Children under 6 months do not need to self-test on arrival.
For more information on what to do if you test positive for COVID while in New Zealand, you can follow this government guide.
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