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Wallabies get green light to enter New Zealand for Bledisloe Tests

Australia’s rugby crew on Tuesday was given the go-ahead to enter New Zealand, permitting the impending Bledisloe Cup Tests against the All Blacks to go on.

The first of the three Tests is set for August 7 however the series was tossed into question last week when New Zealand shut the isolate free travel bubble with Australia, which is grappling with a Covid-19 flare-up.

Notwithstanding, New Zealand Sports Minister Grant Robertson said the Wallabies had been conceded section under a proviso permitting exclusions for occasions that have a critical monetary effect.

“This is significant monetarily,” Robertson said, putting a $NZ$17-20 million (US$12-14 million) esteem on All Blacks Tests.

“Test rugby between the All Blacks and the Wallabies is distinctly expected by New Zealanders, and I invite the choice to permit the Australian group to travel given the game was under about fourteen days away when trans-Tasman travel was suspended.”

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“The Wallabies have been working in their own air pocket for quite a while, and will go from their base in Queensland on a contract trip to Auckland on Friday morning,” he added.

“This choice was not messed with by the public authority and given the Wallabies utilization of a sanction flight, there is no limitation on free to a return trip to New Zealand.”

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