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PM Jacinda Ardern has outlined New Zealand's roadmap out of the Covid-19 pandemic, promising to accelerate the rollout of vaccines ahead of a phased reopening of the border in early 2022.
- The PM said that the Pfizer jab will be made available to all adults sooner than expected and officials will work to narrow the six-week gap between doses.
- All residents aged 16 or over will be eligible for their first jab from September 1, but the gap between the two doses will be increased to six from three weeks.
- Later this year, vaccinated people will be allowed to take part in a trial scheme, whereby they can travel overseas and self-isolate at home upon return, instead of using managed isolation facilities.
- The reopening of the border will start in early 2022, with travel corridors with different countries to be opened and calibrated based on Covid-19 risk assessment.