Recovery Rank for 180
Recovery Rank for 184
86.11 (Out of 100)
(100 = Best, 0 = Worst)
73.35 (Out of 100)
6.91 (Out of 100)
(0 = Best, 100 = Worst)
10.91 (Out of 100)
(100 = Strictest Measures, 0 = No Measures)
1. Passengers are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to: - nationals of New Zealand; - permanent residents of New Zealand; - partner or dependent child of a national or apermanent resident of New Zealand. Their visa must be based on the relationship; - nationals or permanent residents of Australia residing in New Zealand; - passengers arriving fromCook Isl. or Niue on a direct flight operated by Air New Zealand. They must have been in Cook Isl. or Niue in the past 14 days; - passengers who have a visa and have been grantedan exemption before departure; details can be found at https://www.immigration.govt.nz/formshelp/request-for-travel-to-new-zealand ; - Effective 19 April 2021, passengers arrivingfrom Australia if they in the past 14 days have only been in Australia. 2. Passengers who in the past 14 days have been in or transited through India are not allowed to enter. - This does not apply to: - passengers with a diplomatic passport and adiplomatic visa; - passengers who are members of the New Zealand Defence Force. 3. Passengers are not allowed to transit. - This does not apply to: - nationals of Australia and New Zealand; - residents of New Zealand; - passengers with a New ZealandElectronic Travel Authority (NZeTA); - passengers with a transit visa issued by New Zealand. 4. Transit is only allowed at Auckland (AKL) for maximum 24 hours. 5. Passengers are not allowed to transit through New Zealand to China (People's Rep.). 6. Passengers must have a negative COVID-19 test result. Tests accepted are: antigen, LAMP, PCR and RT-PCR tests. The test must have been taken at most 72 hours before departurefrom the first embarkation point. More details can be found at https://tinyurl.com/39tsn56h . - This does not apply to: - passengers arriving from Antarctica, Australia, Cook Isl.,Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Isl., Micronesia (Federated States), Nauru, New Caledonia, Niue, Palau, Samoa, Solomon Isl., Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu or Wallis and Futuna Isl.; -passengers younger than 2 years; - passengers with a medical certificate specifying that the passenger cannot take a test due to medical reasons and does not have COVID-19symptoms. The certificate must be issued at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point; - passengers with a diplomatic or consular visa; - passengers who aremembers of the New Zealand Defence Force; - passengers arriving from Albania, Belize, Dominica, Kenya, Lao People's Dem. Rep., Montenegro, Myanmar, Slovenia, St. Kitts and Nevis,St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Tajikistan or Turkmenistan. They must have a medical certificate issued at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point and itmust confirm that they have no COVID-19 symptoms. 7. Passengers are subject to medical screening and quarantine for 14 days. 8. Passengers must have a voucher confirming their allocation to a place in managed isolation. - Effective 19 April 2021, this does not apply to passengers arriving from Australiaif they in the past 14 days have only been in Australia. 9. Airline crew not residing in New Zealand must have: - a negative COVID-19 test result. Tests accepted are: antigen, LAMP, PCR and RT-PCR tests. The test must have been taken atmost 7 days before arrival; or - a medical certificate issued at most 7 days before arrival. The certificate must confirm that they have no COVID-19 symptoms and they cannot take aCOVID-19 test due to particular needs; or - a medical certificate specifying that they do not have COVID-19 symptoms and are not contagious, if they were tested positive at most 7days before arrival.
Travel Advisory information provided and published with permission by IATA.
The number of daily confirmed cases has been used as an estimation of how severe the
COVID-19 situation is in a given country. However, we’ve found that focusing on the country’s
cumulative number of active cases gives a clearer picture of whether the infection curve is
The GCI Recovery Forecasting methodology relies on a Monte Carlo simulation model as we recognise that the factors that contribute to an increase / decrease in confirmed COVID19 cases are highly variable and subject to various localised circumstances and interventions. The P10 / P50 / P90 are probabilities assigned to the forecasts, with P10 being highly optimistic, and P90 being very conservative on recovery and reduction in cases. The forecast model is updated daily based on the latest case data.
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