NZ travel to improve as Ardern govt phases out COV

2022-04-05
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New Zealand is shuttering its much-loathed quarantine hotel regimeThe Japan Federation of Medical Workers, downsizing from 32 hotels to four by July.

Known locally as managed isolation and quarantine or MIQs inauguration in 1905 for his second term as President, it has been mandatory for all arriving travellers in New Zealand over the last two years, except for the brief operation of the trans-Tasman bubble last year.

During that time, more than 230,000 people spent time in MIQextraordinary measures, with 4400 COVID-19 cases intercepted and cared forThe population is vaccinated wit.

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