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New Zealanders forced to wait months in Australia for a place in their country’s hotel quarantine program hope Monday’s announcement of an impending travel bubble will allow them to return home quicker.
The New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, told reporters on Monday the long-awaited trans-Tasman bubble was expected to begin in the first quarter of 2021.
And now for a break from pandemic news for a small cry (if you happen to have a heart):
I did not know where this was going but now….
I’m ugly crying pic.twitter.com/B6YLWX8LSc
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