Entering managed isolation

The purpose of managed isolation is to ensure people do not have COVID-19 before they return to our communities. Find out what you need to know if you are entering managed isolation.

Take a tour of a managed isolation facility

Tens of thousands of people have completed their managed isolation stay safely, and have returned to their loved ones and friends.

Arriving at a facility

You will be met by staff from the managed isolation and quarantine programme at your facility. They will be in regular contact with you and can provide any support you need.

You will also get an information pack with more detail about your stay.

Managed Isolation Facility welcome packs

Under 18

If you are under 18, we will help you and your whānau/parents/guardian to make your stay as comfortable and safe as possible.

Child smiling and wearing a robot suit made out of a cardboard box.

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There may be some special provisions available, for example to enable school work. A parent might also be able to join you in managed isolation.

Exemption to join someone in isolation

Entering MIQ from the community

Entering MIQ from the community

Entering MIQ from overseas

Entering MIQ from overseas

Last updated: 14 September 2021