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“Travel insurance” for New Zealand during COVID-19

The trans-Tasman bubble is open, so what does travel insurance cover when traveling to New Zealand?
After over a year, Australia’s borders have opened for a travel bubble with New Zealand. What’s more, some travel insurers offer restricted cover if your travel plans get hindered by COVID-19.
Yet, these worldwide travel insurance policies just cover you for travel to New Zealand while an administration travel forbid still prevents you from traveling elsewhere without an exclusion.
Do you require travel insurance for New Zealand?
Travel insurance is essential for Australians traveling to New Zealand. Purchase your insurance at the same time as you book your excursion, that way you’ll be covered on the off chance that you need to drop for reasons unknown before you go…
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