Considering a trans-Tasman travel bubble by UQ Alumni Podcast published on 2020-07-24T04:29:00Z After months of isolation and economic strain, pressure is mounting to create a trans-Tasman travel bubble. As many people gear up to book their first holiday or family visit across the Tasman, others are more concerned about the potential risks that travel between Australia and New Zealand could create. In this podcast, our expert panel will discuss the likelihood and logistics of a trans-Tasman travel bubble, and the risks and benefits it would bring to both Australia and New Zealand. Join the UQ Alumni-to-Alumni (A2A) mentoring platform. You never know where the next conversation could take you - bit.ly/UQA2Amentoring For more from UQ experts and alumni, check out our range of resources on the UQ Alumni and Communication Lifelong Learning website - alumni.uq.edu.au/life-long-learning. Stay connected with us on socials: Instagram: www.instagram.com/uqalumni/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/uqalumni LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/school/university-of-queensland/ This episode was produced by Lucy Blair for the UQ Alumni Relations and Engagement team.