Wallabies granted exemption to enter New Zealand


New Zealand stated on Tuesday that the Wallabies have been granted an exemption to enter the nation to play subsequent month’s Bledisloe Cup.

Journey between Australia and New Zealand was suspended final week following the worsening of a coronavirus outbreak in Australia, placing the Bledisloe Cup and Rugby Championship unsure.

The Wallabies will journey from their base in Queensland on a constitution flight to Auckland on Friday morning, Sports activities Minister Grant Robertson stated in a press release.

The exemption means the Bledisloe match in Auckland can happen on Aug. 7, he stated, including that selections on the opposite video games are depending on ongoing discussions between New Zealand Rugby and Rugby Australia.

“The Wallabies have been working in their very own bubble for a while, and can journey from their base in Queensland on a constitution flight to Auckland on Friday morning. They must fulfil all regular obligations for journey together with adverse pre-departure assessments inside 72 hours of their journey,” Robertson stated within the assertion.

“This determination was not taken flippantly by the Authorities and given the Wallabies use of a constitution flight, there is no such thing as a restriction on public entry to a return flight to New Zealand.”

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