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Flights from India to New Zealand will be suspended for two weeks in a bid to curb the rising number of travellers testing positive on arrival.
Stuff reported the restrictions ahead of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's announcement that officials had recommended the drastic and unprecedented move in light of a massive wave of cases in India.
At a press conference in Auckland on Thursday afternoon, Ardern announced that no-one who had recently been in India would be allowed into the country until April 28.
The ban covers all travellers, including New Zealand citizens and permanent residents.
This suspension will take place from 4pm on April 11 and will be in place until April 28.
India is currently battling a massive resurgence of the virus, with about 116,000 new cases announced on April 6 alone.
Auckland barrister Grant Illingworth, QC, said that under civil aviation law the Government could deny entry to aircraft and vessels from other countries.
New Zealand citizens have the right to enter the country and that right could not be taken away except by authority from Parliament, Illingworth said.
“But just because a New Zealand citizen is on a plane doesn’t mean that the whole plane will be allowed to come to New Zealand, and the Government almost certainly does have the authority to shut down flights from particular countries.”
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