2021年4月11日-28日,新西兰将暂停来自印度的旅客入境!

2021年4月11日16:00点(NZST)起至4月28日,过去14天内到过印度的旅客(包括新西兰公民和居民)将暂时不允许入境新西兰 。这一举措实施的原因在于有相当数量的确诊COVID-19的旅客来自印度,目的在于降低感染风险保护当地居民。

在新西兰总理4月8日发表该项声明之前已经离开印度的旅客将不受影响。受到影响的旅客,签证将不会被取消,暂停入境的政策取消之后,可以持有效签证入境新西兰。

Travel from India suspended temporarily

Thursday, 8 April 2021

From 16:00 NZST on Sunday 11 April 2021, travellers who have been in India in the previous 14 days cannot enter New Zealand.

Travel to New Zealand from India is temporarily suspended.

This measure was prompted by the high number of arrivals with COVID-19 from India, to reduce the risk for travellers and protect the health of those already in New Zealand.

The suspension of entry applies to all who have been in India in the previous 14 days, including New Zealand citizens and residents.

It does not apply to travellers who had left India at the time of the Prime Minister’s announcement on 8 April 2021.

There are no plans to cancel any visas. Travellers should be able to use their valid visas in future once the suspension lifts.

During this suspension, in place until Wednesday 28 April 2021, the Government will investigate options to better manage risk from international travel.