Auckland Airport is changing some of their processes due to Quarantine-Free Travel between New Zealand and Australia. Auckland arrivals will proceed through the airport and be transported to their managed isolation facility without their checked baggage. Find out more about these changes.
One year ago today managed isolation became mandatory for travellers arriving into New Zealand. The joint heads of Managed Isolation and Quarantine, Megan Main and Brigadier Jim Bliss, have paid tribute to the efforts of those who’ve contributed to the past year of MIQ.
Three weeks into the programme to vaccinate New Zealand’s MIQ and border workers, more than 12,000 people have received their first dose says Head of Managed Isolation and Quarantine, Brigadier Jim Bliss.
The Pullman Hotel managed isolation facility reopened to returnees this morning, following an intensive deep cleaning process, a thorough investigation by health officials and changes to its operating model, says Head of Managed Isolation and Quarantine, Brigadier Jim Bliss.
MIQ is saddened to have to report that last evening a 44 year old man who arrived in New Zealand yesterday afternoon from Vanuatu, died during a medical incident at the Crowne Plaza Hotel which is operating as a managed isolation facility.
One week into the Managed Isolation Allocation System (MIAS) becoming compulsory, experience with the new system and changes in travellers' plans have enabled additional space to be made available in New Zealand’s Managed Isolation facilities.