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TRAVEL INSURANCE FOR NEW ZEALAND

Whether you're swimming with dolphins in Kaikora or sailing around the Bay of Islands, our New Zealand travel insurance
policy will cover your Kiwi holiday for trip cancellation, lost luggage, family emergencies, rental vehicle excess & more! 
What are you waiting for? Zoom to it!
 

COMPARE NEW ZEALAND TRAVEL INSURANCE

COMPARE PLANS

(Benefits are per adult) Expand to see benefits & limits in detail
Medical Only Standard Comprehensive MOST POPULAR
MEDICAL Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
24/7 Emergency Assistance Services Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
24 Hour emergency medical assistance services, access to trained medical advisers, medical evacuation, hospital expense guarantees, ambulance fees, messages to family, and funeral arrangements.
Overseas Emergency Medical & Hospital Expenses^ Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Overseas medical treatment if you are injured or become sick overseas, including hospital stays, surgery, prescription drugs, and doctor visits.
Includes Dental Expenses (per person) $500 $500 $500
Cover for emergency dental treatment for the relief of sudden and acute pain to sound and natural teeth.
Additional Expenses - $10,000 $50,000
Cover for additional travel expenses if you cannot travel because of an injury or sickness (whilst overseas)
Includes Family Emergency - Yes Yes
Cover for additional travel expenses such as your return flight to Australia if a relative of either you, or travelling companion requires hospitalisation or dies unexpectedly. (no excess applies)
Includes Resumption of Journey - $3,000 $3,000
Reimbursement for the cost of airfares for you to return to the place where your journey was interrupted in the event of a relatives death or hospitalisation, following serious injury or illness. (no excess applies)
Includes Emergency Companion Cover - Yes Yes
Additional accommodation and travel expenses you incur to remain with your travelling companion. (no excess applies)
Hospital Cash Allowance^^ - $2,500 $5,000
An allowance of $50 per day if you are hospitalised for more than 48 continuous hours whilst overseas.
Accidental Death - - $25,000
A benefit payable if you die because of, and within 12 months, of an accidental bodily injury sustained during your journey. (no excess applies)
Permanent Disability^^ - - $25,000
A lump sum benefit if you suffer a total permanent disability as result of an accidental injury during your trip. (no excess applies)
Loss of Income^^ - - $10,400
Weekly benefit payable if you become disabled within 30 days of an injury you sustained during your journey, and you are unable to work more than 30 days after returning to Australia. (no excess applies)
CANCELLATION - $25,000 Unlimited
Cancellation Fees & Lost Deposits - $25,000 Unlimited
Cover for cancellation fees and prepaid travel expenses that you cannot recover when your trip is cancelled or cut short due to unexpected events such as illness, injuries, accidents, strikes and natural disasters.
Alternative Transport Expenses - - $5,000
Reasonable travel expenses incurred to reach special events such as weddings, funerals, conferences and sporting events on time following transport delays beyond your control. (no excess applies)
Travel Delay Expenses - - $2,000
Cover for reasonable meal and accommodation expenses if your journey is disrupted for more than 6 hours due to circumstances beyond your control. (no excess applies)
LUGGAGE - $7,500 $7,500
Luggage & Personal Effects - $7,500 $7,500
Repair or replacement cost of any personal effects that are lost, stolen or accidentally damaged during your journey. This includes items such as cameras, laptops, tablets and mobile phones.
Luggage & Personal Effects Delay Expenses^^ - - $250
Cover to purchase essential personal items following your luggage and personal effects being delayed, misdirected or misplaced by your carrier for more than 12 hours. (no excess applies)
Travel Documents & Transaction Cards^^ - $2,000 $5,000
Replacement cost of lost or stolen travel documents including passports and credit cards. This includes costs incurred due to fraudulent activity on your credit card not already covered by the financial institution.
Theft of Cash^^ - - $250
Cover for cash, bank notes, currency notes, postal orders or money orders stolen from you during your journey.
PERSONAL LIABILITY $2,500,000 $2,500,000 $5,000,000
Personal Liability $2,500,000 $2,500,000 $5,000,000
Cover for legal liability including legal expenses for bodily injuries or damage to property of other persons as a result of a claim made against you.

Medical Only

Show Benefits
  • MEDICAL Unlimited
  • Overseas Emergency Medical Assistance^ Unlimited
  • 24 Hour emergency medical assistance services, access to trained medical advisers, medical evacuation, hospital expense guarantees, ambulance fees, messages to family, and funeral arrangements.
  • Overseas Emergency Medical & Hospital Expenses^ Unlimited
  • Overseas medical treatment if you are injured or become sick overseas, including hospital stays, surgery, prescription drugs, and doctor visits.
  • Includes Dental Expenses (per person) $500
  • Cover for emergency dental treatment for the relief of sudden and acute pain to sound and natural teeth.
  • Additional Expenses -
  • Cover for additional travel expenses if you cannot travel because of an injury or sickness (whilst overseas)
  • Includes Family Emergency -
  • Cover for additional travel expenses such as your return flight to Australia if a relative of either you, or travelling companion requires hospitalisation or dies unexpectedly. (no excess applies)
  • Includes Resumption of Journey -
  • Reimbursement for the cost of airfares for you to return to the place where your journey was interrupted in the event of a relatives death or hospitalisation, following serious injury or illness. (no excess applies)
  • Includes Emergency Companion Cover -
  • Additional accommodation and travel expenses you incur to remain with your travelling companion. (no excess applies)
  • Hospital Cash Allowance^^ -
  • An allowance of $50 per day if you are hospitalised for more than 48 continuous hours whilst overseas.
  • Accidental Death -
  • A benefit payable if you die because of, and within 12 months, of an accidental bodily injury sustained during your journey. (no excess applies)
  • Permanent Disability^^ -
  • A lump sum benefit if you suffer a total permanent disability as result of an accidental injury during your trip. (no excess applies)
  • Loss of Income^^ -
  • Weekly benefit payable if you become disabled within 30 days of an injury you sustained during your journey, and you are unable to work more than 30 days after returning to Australia. (no excess applies)
  • CANCELLATION Unlimited
  • Cancellation Fees & Lost Deposits Unlimited
  • Cover for cancellation fees and prepaid travel expenses that you cannot recover when your trip is cancelled or cut short due to unexpected events such as illness, injuries, accidents, strikes and natural disasters.
  • Alternative Transport Expenses -
  • Reasonable travel expenses incurred to reach special events such as weddings, funerals, conferences and sporting events on time following transport delays beyond your control. (no excess applies)
  • Travel Delay Expenses -
  • Cover for reasonable meal and accommodation expenses if your journey is disrupted for more than 6 hours due to circumstances beyond your control. (no excess applies)
  • LUGGAGE -
  • Luggage & Personal Effects -
  • Repair or replacement cost of any personal effects that are lost, stolen or accidentally damaged during your journey. This includes items such as cameras, laptops, tablets and mobile phones.
  • Luggage & Personal Effects Delay Expenses^^ -
  • Cover to purchase essential personal items following your luggage and personal effects being delayed, misdirected or misplaced by your carrier for more than 12 hours. (no excess applies)
  • Travel Documents & Transaction Cards^^ -
  • Replacement cost of lost or stolen travel documents including passports and credit cards. This includes costs incurred due to fraudulent activity on your credit card not already covered by the financial institution.
  • Theft of Cash^^ -
  • Cover for cash, bank notes, currency notes, postal orders or money orders stolen from you during your journey.
  • ANCILLARY $2,500,000
  • Personal Liability $2,500,000
  • Cover for legal liability including legal expenses for bodily injuries or damage to property of other persons as a result of a claim made against you.
  • Rental Vehicle Insurance Excess Optional
  • Cover for the excess payable on your rental car's insurance in the event of accidental damage or theft during the car rental period.
  • Note: Benefit limits shown are per adult traveller. For accompanying dependants, the policy benefits are shared with the adult traveller.

    ^^ There is no cover for these benefits while travelling in Australia.

    Sub-limits apply to some sections. Please refer to the section titled Cover Benefits In Detail of this PDS for more information.

Standard

Show Benefits
  • MEDICAL Unlimited
  • Overseas Emergency Medical Assistance^ Unlimited
  • 24 Hour emergency medical assistance services, access to trained medical advisers, medical evacuation, hospital expense guarantees, ambulance fees, messages to family, and funeral arrangements.
  • Overseas Emergency Medical & Hospital Expenses^ Unlimited
  • Overseas medical treatment if you are injured or become sick overseas, including hospital stays, surgery, prescription drugs, and doctor visits.
  • Includes Dental Expenses (per person) $500
  • Cover for emergency dental treatment for the relief of sudden and acute pain to sound and natural teeth.
  • Additional Expenses $30,000
  • Cover for additional travel expenses if you cannot travel because of an injury or sickness (whilst overseas)
  • Includes Family Emergency Yes
  • Cover for additional travel expenses such as your return flight to Australia if a relative of either you, or travelling companion requires hospitalisation or dies unexpectedly. (no excess applies)
  • Includes Resumption of Journey $3,000
  • Reimbursement for the cost of airfares for you to return to the place where your journey was interrupted in the event of a relatives death or hospitalisation, following serious injury or illness. (no excess applies)
  • Includes Emergency Companion Cover Yes
  • Additional accommodation and travel expenses you incur to remain with your travelling companion. (no excess applies)
  • Hospital Cash Allowance^^ $2,500
  • An allowance of $50 per day if you are hospitalised for more than 48 continuous hours whilst overseas.
  • Accidental Death -
  • A benefit payable if you die because of, and within 12 months, of an accidental bodily injury sustained during your journey. (no excess applies)
  • Permanent Disability^^ -
  • A lump sum benefit if you suffer a total permanent disability as result of an accidental injury during your trip. (no excess applies)
  • Loss of Income^^ -
  • Weekly benefit payable if you become disabled within 30 days of an injury you sustained during your journey, and you are unable to work more than 30 days after returning to Australia. (no excess applies)
  • CANCELLATION Unlimited
  • Cancellation Fees & Lost Deposits Unlimited
  • Cover for cancellation fees and prepaid travel expenses that you cannot recover when your trip is cancelled or cut short due to unexpected events such as illness, injuries, accidents, strikes and natural disasters.
  • Alternative Transport Expenses -
  • Reasonable travel expenses incurred to reach special events such as weddings, funerals, conferences and sporting events on time following transport delays beyond your control. (no excess applies)
  • Travel Delay Expenses -
  • Cover for reasonable meal and accommodation expenses if your journey is disrupted for more than 6 hours due to circumstances beyond your control. (no excess applies)
  • LUGGAGE $5,000
  • Luggage & Personal Effects $5,000
  • Repair or replacement cost of any personal effects that are lost, stolen or accidentally damaged during your journey. This includes items such as cameras, laptops, tablets and mobile phones.
  • Luggage & Personal Effects Delay Expenses^^ -
  • Cover to purchase essential personal items following your luggage and personal effects being delayed, misdirected or misplaced by your carrier for more than 12 hours. (no excess applies)
  • Travel Documents & Transaction Cards^^ $2,000
  • Replacement cost of lost or stolen travel documents including passports and credit cards. This includes costs incurred due to fraudulent activity on your credit card not already covered by the financial institution.
  • Theft of Cash^^ -
  • Cover for cash, bank notes, currency notes, postal orders or money orders stolen from you during your journey.
  • ANCILLARY $2,500,000
  • Personal Liability $2,500,000
  • Cover for legal liability including legal expenses for bodily injuries or damage to property of other persons as a result of a claim made against you.
  • Rental Vehicle Insurance Excess Optional
  • Cover for the excess payable on your rental car's insurance in the event of accidental damage or theft during the car rental period.
  • Note: Benefit limits shown are per adult traveller. For accompanying dependants, the policy benefits are shared with the adult traveller.

    ^^ There is no cover for these benefits while travelling in Australia.

    Sub-limits apply to some sections. Please refer to the section titled Cover Benefits In Detail of this PDS for more information.

Comprehensive

Show Benefits
  • MEDICAL Unlimited
  • Overseas Emergency Medical Assistance^ Unlimited
  • 24 Hour emergency medical assistance services, access to trained medical advisers, medical evacuation, hospital expense guarantees, ambulance fees, messages to family, and funeral arrangements.
  • Overseas Emergency Medical & Hospital Expenses^ Unlimited
  • Overseas medical treatment if you are injured or become sick overseas, including hospital stays, surgery, prescription drugs, and doctor visits.
  • Includes Dental Expenses (per person) $500
  • Cover for emergency dental treatment for the relief of sudden and acute pain to sound and natural teeth.
  • Additional Expenses $50,000
  • Cover for additional travel expenses if you cannot travel because of an injury or sickness (whilst overseas)
  • Includes Family Emergency Yes
  • Cover for additional travel expenses such as your return flight to Australia if a relative of either you, or travelling companion requires hospitalisation or dies unexpectedly. (no excess applies)
  • Includes Resumption of Journey $3,000
  • Reimbursement for the cost of airfares for you to return to the place where your journey was interrupted in the event of a relatives death or hospitalisation, following serious injury or illness. (no excess applies)
  • Includes Emergency Companion Cover Yes
  • Additional accommodation and travel expenses you incur to remain with your travelling companion. (no excess applies)
  • Hospital Cash Allowance^^ $5,000
  • An allowance of $50 per day if you are hospitalised for more than 48 continuous hours whilst overseas.
  • Accidental Death $25,000
  • A benefit payable if you die because of, and within 12 months, of an accidental bodily injury sustained during your journey. (no excess applies)
  • Permanent Disability^^ $25,000
  • A lump sum benefit if you suffer a total permanent disability as result of an accidental injury during your trip. (no excess applies)
  • Loss of Income^^ $10,400
  • Weekly benefit payable if you become disabled within 30 days of an injury you sustained during your journey, and you are unable to work more than 30 days after returning to Australia. (no excess applies)
  • CANCELLATION Unlimited
  • Cancellation Fees & Lost Deposits Unlimited
  • Cover for cancellation fees and prepaid travel expenses that you cannot recover when your trip is cancelled or cut short due to unexpected events such as illness, injuries, accidents, strikes and natural disasters.
  • Alternative Transport Expenses $5,000
  • Reasonable travel expenses incurred to reach special events such as weddings, funerals, conferences and sporting events on time following transport delays beyond your control. (no excess applies)
  • Travel Delay Expenses $2,000
  • Cover for reasonable meal and accommodation expenses if your journey is disrupted for more than 6 hours due to circumstances beyond your control. (no excess applies)
  • LUGGAGE $7,500
  • Luggage & Personal Effects $7,500
  • Repair or replacement cost of any personal effects that are lost, stolen or accidentally damaged during your journey. This includes items such as cameras, laptops, tablets and mobile phones.
  • Luggage & Personal Effects Delay Expenses^^ $250
  • Cover to purchase essential personal items following your luggage and personal effects being delayed, misdirected or misplaced by your carrier for more than 12 hours. (no excess applies)
  • Travel Documents & Transaction Cards^^ $5,000
  • Replacement cost of lost or stolen travel documents including passports and credit cards. This includes costs incurred due to fraudulent activity on your credit card not already covered by the financial institution.
  • Theft of Cash^^ $250
  • Cover for cash, bank notes, currency notes, postal orders or money orders stolen from you during your journey.
  • ANCILLARY $5,000,000
  • Personal Liability $5,000,000
  • Cover for legal liability including legal expenses for bodily injuries or damage to property of other persons as a result of a claim made against you.
  • Rental Vehicle Insurance Excess Optional
  • Cover for the excess payable on your rental car's insurance in the event of accidental damage or theft during the car rental period.
  • Note: Benefit limits shown are per adult traveller. For accompanying dependants, the policy benefits are shared with the adult traveller.

    ^^ There is no cover for these benefits while travelling in Australia.

    Sub-limits apply to some sections. Please refer to the section titled Cover Benefits In Detail of this PDS for more information.

Note: Benefit limits shown are per adult traveller. For accompanying dependants, the policy benefits are shared with the adult traveller.

^^ There is no cover for these benefits while travelling in Australia.

Sub-limits apply to some sections. Please refer to PDS for more information.

NEW ZEALAND QUICK GUIDE

Flights from the Australia's east coast are as little as three to five hours to most of New Zealand's major cities. As Australian travellers don't need a visa to travel, there's no reason you can't be hitting up the slopes, heading to Hobbiton, or experiencing some of New Zealand's incredible cultural and environmental treasures soon.

No matter which kind of New Zealand holiday you're planning, Zoom's customisable policies have got your back.  Budget and backpacking travellers may prefer Medical Only cover, or you can choose a Comprehensive Travel Insurance to protect you in the event of travel delays and cancellations. Skiing, hiring a car, or trying some adventure activities - we've got add ons for those too!
 Compare our travel insurance plans now.

VISAS FOR NEW ZEALAND

Good news - Australian passport holders do not require a visa to visit New Zealand, and you can holiday for as long as you like. 

These rules can change quickly. Contact your nearest New Zealand Embassy or Consulate before you travel for the most up to date information.

BEST TIME TO VISIT

It depends on what you want to see! For autumn colours, March through May is your best bet. Skiing? The ski fields open in July and stay that way until late August. Keen to see a little lamb (or ten thousand)? They arrive in late August through to late October. Looking for marine life and penguins? With a September-October breeding season, November, December and January is a great time. Or are you a thrillseeker, culture fan, or hiker? There's no bad time to see New Zealand.

ARRIVAL

Auckland

Auckland city is about a half hour drive from the airport. The SkyBus Airport Transfer bus is a great way to get to the city centre or North Harbour. It can be around $20. Otherwise, you can choose a taxi (~$38-$65 to the CBD), or the Super Shuttle, which also takes you to your door for as low as $17.50pp. There's two hours of free wi-fi in the airport, so no stress if you need to check your bookings or get information. Tourism Auckland's i-SITE information centre is in the ground floor of the arrivals area, and is open seven days a week. They can help with transport, accomodation, tours and car rentals.

Christchurch 

Christchurch city is about a twenty minute drive from the airport. Just like in Auckland, you've got the option of the Super Shuttle, or cabs, or you can try the public commuter bus system. They also have an i-SITE on site, and unlimited wi-fi.

Wellington

Wellington city is also about twenty mintues from the airport. Instead of Super Shuttle, Wellington has the Airport Flyer, where adult tickets start from $12. Otherwise, a taxi starts from around $20.

GETTING AROUND

Renting

Renting a car or a campervan is one of the best ways to see everything New Zealand has to offer. Zoom's rental vehicle excess add-on includes cover for cars, campervans, 4WDs and more up to 4.5 tonnes. 

Bus/Coach

The National coach system Intercity is a great way to get around if you're not keen on hiring a car. They offer cheap tickets to most towns and cities in New Zealand, and have a multi pass option to save if you'll be using a lot.

The major cities also have hop-on hop-off tourist bus routes to help you see the most popular destinations in a convenient way. They can be more expensive than the standard commuter buses though, so if you're on a budget, do as the locals do!

Train

Honestly, the train network in New Zealand is quite limited - it doesn't run very often and goes to very few places, so it isn't the most popular option for tourists. If you're looking for a scenic way to cross the island with zero stress though, it's the way to go.

WHERE TO GO

Marae

Marae, or meeting areas, are complexes of carved buildings and spaces beloning to particular families or tribes. They are used for all manner of social occasions, including meetings, education, funerals and celebrations. The carved meeting house, a wharenui, is a special place - so always remove your shoes, and seek permission before taking photos. Visitors are generally welcome to look from the outside of the marae, but you cannot walk on it or enter the wharenui without formal permission from the local community.

Rotorua

This popular destination is known for its bubbling pools of mud and sulfur. 230km south of Auckland, it looks like another planet, and smells exactly like rotten eggs.

Dark Sky Reserve

The world's largest dark sky reserve - Aoraki Mackenzie Dark Sky Reserve is a 4300 square kilometre area of the South Island. It has some of the darkest skies in the world, which means it is the best place to see the stars, and even catch a glimpse of the Southern Lights.

Te Wairoa Buried Village

New Zealand's Pompeii, this village was buried by the erruption of the Mount Tarawera volcano in 1889. The excavation site includes a musum and a reconstruction of a colonial pioneer cottage.

MUST KNOW TIPS

Like Australia, they drive on the left-hand side of the road in New Zealand.

ZOOMING ELSEWHERE?

Are you planning to zoom somewhere else on your holidays? We've got plenty of helpful advice on other popular travel destinations to check out. What are you waiting for? Zoom to it!
 

WHY BUY WITH ZOOM

Car Hire Excess

RENTAL VEHICLE EXCESS

Hiring a car for your Kiwi adventure? Our rental vehicle excess add-on covers you for dings, dents and theft. Yeah Bro!

travel delays

Travel delays

Don't let delays to your destination get you down in the dumps!  Cover your Kiwi travel disruptions in a flash...We keep things zippy!

luggage cover

LUGGAGE COVER

Packed your camera, skis or hiking gear? Take off without a worry as all your gadgets are protected with Zooms high level luggage cover.

Adventure activities

Adventure activities

Water rafting in Waitomo, or Bungeeing in Queenstown? Zoom to great cover with our adventure pack.

excess reduction

excess reduction

Pay less in the event of a claim by reducing your standard excess for a small upfront fee during the quote process. Too easy!

Car Hire Excess

24 hour help

Your health is our number one priority. Our emergency assistance experts are just a phone call away 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 

easy claims

easy claims

Who wants pages of paperwork! Our claims process is easy and we promise to assess fully documented claims in a flash.

Car Hire Excess

Peace Of Mind

Zoom to Zen. You can sit back and relax on your holiday knowing that Zoom travel insurance is backed by Lloyd’s of London, one of the world’s most trusted insurers.

NEW ZEALAND TRAVEL INSURANCE FAQs

Heading to the land of the long white cloud? You'll want to make sure your trip is picture perfect. Get your questions answered below.
  • Do I need travel insurance for holidays to New Zealand?
  • Yes, although New Zealand and Australia share reciprocal healthcare agreements without travel insurance you would not be covered for any additional accommodation costs, luggage protection, flights for family members or medical repatriation back to Australia. 

  • What is rental vehicle excess?
  • If you regularly hire a car on holiday then our rental vehicle excess add-on is a must for your next trip. Rent a car without stressing about the costs should you have a ding in your hire car, as we'll reimburse you for any liable costs.

  • What age limits apply to travel insurance policies with Zoom?
  • Those over 85 years are unable to purchase a policy with Zoom. Those under 79 years can purchase a policy for a maximum trip duration of 365 days. Those aged between 80-85 years can purchase a policy for a maximum trip duration of 184 days only.

  • Does travel insurance to New Zealand cover cruises?
  • No, not automatically. You must purchase our cruise pack in order to be covered for any medical treatment you receive on board and for helicopter evacuation should you need to get to the nearest hospital. 

  • Does Zoom travel insurance cover skiing in Queenstown?
  • Whether you're shoop shooping down the black runs in Queenstown or shuffling down the bunny runs in Wanaka you must buy our snow pack cover to cover you for any snow sport activities. Snow pack provides cover for overseas emergency medical and hospital expenses, cover for piste closure, bad weather, avalanche and more.

  • Am I covered for bungee jumping in New Zealand?
  • Keen to jump the Kawarau brige or nervous for Nevis? Get bouncy as Zoom policies cover bungee jumping or canyon swinging automatically. Refer to our adventure activities page for more information.

  • Am I covered for sky diving in Queenstown, Lake Wanaka or Fox Glacier?
  • Got a head for heights? In order to be covered for skydiving with Zoom you need to purchase our adventure pack, and be in tandem with a licensed instructor. No jumping out of planes on your own now!

  • Am I covered for swimming with dolphins in Kaikora?
  • Say hello flipper! Whether you're swimming with dolphins or shark cage diving, Zoom policies automatically cover you with no additional premium required. 

  • Am I covered for sailing in the Bay of Islands?
  • Aye Aye captain! Zoom covers you to sail up to 10 nautical miles off any land mass for no additional cost. Or from 11 to 15 nautical miles off any land mass with the purchase of our adventure pack. There is no cover for racing. 

  • I have high value items; how much can I insure them for?
  • If you have an expensive item that you just can’t leave behind you can insure it separately for up to $5,000. Please note that high value item cover is only available under our comprehensive plan.

  • Am I covered if I miss a flight?
  • If you miss a flight due to bad weather, a natural disaster, strike, riot, hijacking or civil commotion, relax as you're travel insurance will come to the rescue. However if you miss a flight due to another airlines late departure, or typical travel delays caused by an airline, it usually falls on your transport operator to get you booked onto another flight. 

  • What is a dependant?
  • A dependant means your children or grandchildren not in full time employment who are under the age of 19 and travelling with you on the journey.

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