Coronavirus: Government coordinating with other countries for repatriation - Peters

From Morning Report, 7:25 am on 3 April 2020

The domestic travel ban has been lifted for stranded foreign tourists trying to get to international airports to fly home.

The government has announced a plan to help the tens of thousands of people stranded here.

Foreign governments will be allowed to organise charter flights to repatriate their citizens, and links between New Zealand and Europe will increase with a second daily flight between Auckland and Doha.

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Winston Peters speaks to Susie Ferguson.