Foreign Office updates New Zealand travel advice

By Linsey McNeill
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The Foreign Office (FCDO) has updated its travel advice for New Zealand after the country lifted its last remaining entry barrier.

It confirmed late on Friday afternoon that New Zealand had removed the Traveller Declaration form requirement for air passengers.

The FCDO update said New Zealand borders are fully open to all travellers, adding: “From 20 October, travellers arriving in New Zealand by air are no longer required to fill out a New Zealand Traveller Declaration form disclosing their COVID-19 vaccine status and travel history.”

While there is no longer any need for arrivals to be vaccinated or tested, any arrivals displaying COVID symptoms will be given a pack of rapid antigen tests on arrival and encouraged to test before day 2 and on days two to six of their visit.

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