AirNZ sold 70,000 seats in first six hours of ‘relaxed’ restrictions

AirNZ sold 70,000 seats in first six hours of ‘relaxed’ restrictions

AirNZ (Air New Zealand) announced today that they’d sold 70,000 seats in the first six hours since ‘relaxed’ restrictions were announced. From Monday, September 14, which is was an immediate in-place response; public transport, including airlines like Air New Zealand etc., buses and trains do not need to maintain any...

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Daily COVID-19 Developments (15.09.20)

Daily COVID-19 Developments (15.09.20)

There are 3 new total cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. All cases are detected in recent returnees that are in managed isolation facilities. There are no new community cases. The total number of active cases of COVID-19 is 83. 28 of those cases are imported and...

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3 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand (15.09.20)

3 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand (15.09.20)

There are 3 new total cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. All cases are detected in recent returnees that are in managed isolation facilities. There are no new community cases. The total number of active cases of COVID-19 is 83. 28 of those cases are imported and...

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Review reveals relaxed ‘distancing requirements’ on public transport

Review reveals relaxed ‘distancing requirements’ on public transport

In a media release today, the Ministry of Health says that public transport distancing requirements will be ‘relaxed’. The physical distancing requirements on transport for the public has been reviewed by the MOH (Ministry of Health) to act and see whether they are still required at lockdown Alert Level 2....

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PM Jacinda Ardern to extend COVID-19 Alert Levels

PM Jacinda Ardern to extend COVID-19 Alert Levels

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says Cabinet has decided to extend the COVID-19 alert levels for New Zealand. “On the advice of the Director-General, Cabinet has decided on a short extension to the current restrictions of Alert Level 2.5 for Auckland, and Level 2 for the rest of the country.” It’s...

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Daily COVID-19 Developments (14.09.20)

Daily COVID-19 Developments (14.09.20)

There is 1 new total case of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. The case is a female child who is epidemiologically linked to an existing case connected to the Botany sub-cluster which has been genomically linked to the Auckland cluster. The total number of active cases of COVID-19...

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COVID-19 case went to Shore Gym, Supermarket and Warehouse Store

COVID-19 case went to Shore Gym, Supermarket and Warehouse Store

Auckland’s Regional Public Health Service confirmed yesterday evening that a person diagnosed as having COVID-19 visited several places in the community before knowing they had symptoms of COVID-19. The person diagnosed went to a Les Mills gym in Takapuna, Countdown Supermarket in Milford and The Warehouse in Milford. A spokesperson...

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1 new case of COVID-19 in New Zealand (14.09.20)

1 new case of COVID-19 in New Zealand (14.09.20)

There is 1 new total case of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. The case is a female child who is epidemiologically linked to an existing case connected to the Botany sub-cluster which has been genomically linked to the Auckland cluster. The total number of active cases of COVID-19...

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Daily COVID-19 Developments (13.09.20)

Daily COVID-19 Developments (13.09.20)

There are 2 new total cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. The first new cases is a returnee New Zealander in managed isolation. The second new case is a health worker that works in Auckland’s quarantine facility. The total number of active cases of COVID-19 is 97....

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2 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand (13.09.20)

2 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand (13.09.20)

There are 2 new total cases of COVID-19 to report in New Zealand today. The first new cases is a returnee New Zealander in managed isolation. The second new case is a health worker that works in Auckland’s quarantine facility. The total number of active cases of COVID-19 is 97....

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