Air Bubble Linking Ski Fields of Australia & New Zealand
Australia and New Zealand have widely been judged to have done superbly in battling the coronavirus pandemic.
Australia had 7,193 confirmed cases of covid-19 with 103 deaths.
New Zealand had 22 fatalities and 1,154 confirmed cases.
There are now 21 hospital cases in Australia and New Zealand claims it has beaten the virus altogether.
Ski resorts are preparing to open in Australia, Ski season set to get underway in Australia.
And in New Zealand too, New Zealand ski areas step up winter preparations.
One of the key measures in keeping the virus at bay is judged to be the widespread and swift closure of international borders.
Now talks are underway to see if some form of safe Air Bubble, can be introduced.
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison has pledged to “consider” the establishment of a safe travel zone in July as part of the government’s third and final step on the “Roadmap to a Covid-safe Au.... Continue Reading at Planet Ski