The Government has announced a proposal to introduce new legislation to allow it to recover some of the costs for managed isolation and quarantine.
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The Government has unveiled a “Stamp it Out” plan for responding to new cases of COVID-19 in the community.
Police are investigating an incident where a returnee in their late sixties absconded for a short period of time from an Auckland managed isolation facility.
A man in his fifties is currently in Police custody after absconding from a Hamilton managed isolation facility.
A 32-year-old man will be charged after briefly absconding from a managed isolation facility in Auckland yesterday evening.
Bookings for seats on flights into New Zealand will be managed to ensure New Zealanders can be safely placed into a managed isolation or quarantine facility.
A 43-year-old woman who absconded from a managed isolation facility in Auckland on Saturday evening is in police custody.
The Government has released the review of managed isolation and quarantine.
There is a robust system in place to safely welcome New Zealanders home, while keeping our communities protected.
The Director-General of Health, Dr Ashley Bloomfield, provided an update to the media at 1pm.
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