It has just been announced that travellers to New Zealand will no longer have to take a Covid-19 pre-departure test from midnight on Monday, June 20th. Self tests will be required however, on day one of your arrival and again on day five or six. Should either test show a positive result, then a PCR test must be taken.
In addition, from just after midnight this coming Sunday, June 19th, the Bahamas will remove the requirement for fully vaccinated arrivals to take a pre-departure test and apply for a travel health visa. For the unvaccinated (aged two years and above), proof of a negative PCR or antigen test result will be required on entry – the tests can only be taken within three days of travel to the Bahamas.