Communications toolkit

The information in this toolkit is designed to help partners communicate about the Managed Isolation Allocation System.

New Zealanders are playing their part to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our communities. Those travelling here are now asked to do their part by using the Managed Isolation Allocation System to secure their place in a managed isolation facility.  

All travellers to New Zealand should use the Managed Isolation Allocation System to ensure there is space available for them in managed isolation for their intended arrival date, before booking flights.

Information about the Managed Isolation Allocation System

Communicating with your customers

We have prepared a toolkit which includes content you can drop into your customer communications, so those travelling to New Zealand are made aware of the new requirements. Telling your customers about the system will help minimise confusion and disruption when they travel to New Zealand.

Communication tools

 managed isolation allocation system social tile

Social tile (1080px x 1080px) [JPG, 238 KB]

Posters and flyers you can print

English

 managed isolation allocation system handout digital example

Managed Isolation Allocation System A4 poster – English – version for professional printing [PDF, 155 KB]

Managed Isolation Allocation System A4 poster – English – version for office printing [PDF, 154 KB]

Managed Isolation Allocation System A3 poster – English – version for professional printing [PDF, 160 KB]

Managed Isolation Allocation System A3 poster – English – version for office printing [PDF, 165 KB]

Managed Isolation Allocation System A5 handout – English – version for professional printing [PDF, 156 KB]

Managed Isolation Allocation System A5 handout – English – version for office printing [PDF, 151 KB]

Managed Isolation Allocation System DL envelope size flyer – English – version for professional printing [PDF, 150 KB]

Managed Isolation Allocation System DL envelope size flyer – English – version for office printing [PDF, 155 KB]

Last updated: 29 September 2020