Google’s Larry Page heads for the Covid-19 lifeboat

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Immigration New Zealand has confirmed that Google co-founder Larry Page is a resident of New Zealand. The billionaire co-founder of Google Larry Page was reportedly granted entry into New Zealand, despite the border being closed to non-residents A Immigration New Zealand spokesperson told 1 NEWS: “After their first trip to New Zealand as a resident, they are entitled to travel to New Zealand as long as it is consistent with the conditions of their resident visa”.

In January, Page spent time in Aotearoa despite the country’s border closure due to Covid-19 because his child was sick.

Only permanent residents and citizens are granted entry into the country during the pandemic, but Page and his son were granted an exception. report


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** This post was originally published on August 6, 2021 **