All of New Zealand is now at ORANGE. Deaf Aotearoa is open to the community and public. Contact duty@deaf.org.nz

8. LOOKING AFTER YOUR MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING

It is normal to not feel right all the time during this period of isolation. It’s not easy to return to New Zealand and be unable to do what you want straight away. It’s understandable to feel sad, distressed, worried, confused, or anxious. These are difficult and challenging times. Everyone … Read more

7. COVID 19 – FOOD – MEDICAL CARE – COVID 19 TESTING

Food Your breakfast, lunch and dinner will be provided. Any additional food will need to be paid for. Please tell the on-site team if you have any food allergies or medical conditions that require special diets, such as Crohn’s disease. There may be online options to order groceries and have … Read more

6. WHAT TO EXPECT DURING YOUR STAY – PART 3

Māori Pharmacists free phone line Questions about your medicines? Call 0800 664 688 and a Māori pharmacist will call you back for a kōrero. Ngā Kaitiaki o Te Puna Rongoā o Aotearoa – the Māori Pharmacists Association (MPA) has a free phone line to answer questions that kaumātua or whānau … Read more

5. WHAT TO EXPECT DURING YOUR STAY – PART 2

Follow basic health and hygiene precautions Wash your hands with soap and water often (for at least 20 seconds) and dry thoroughly or use hand sanitiser. Keep a distance of 2 metres from other people, other than those in your ‘bubble’. Cough or sneeze into your elbow or cover your … Read more

4. WHAT TO EXPECT DURING YOUR STAY – PART 1

You will receive regular health checks. Tests for COVID-19 will be required during your stay, around days 3 and 12. See the section about testing and Appendix one for more information. In almost all cases a negative COVID-19 test and confirmation from a health practitioner that you are a low … Read more

3. CHARGES FOR MANAGED ISOLATION

The Government recovers some of the costs for managed isolation to share the financial load in a way that fairly reflects the benefits to both the New Zealand public of having a robust system, and those who leave and enter the country. The charging regime started at 12.01am on 11 … Read more

2. WHY DO YOU NEED TO GO INTO MANAGED ISOLATION

Everyone who enters New Zealand is required to stay in a managed isolation facility for a minimum of 14 days. During this time, you may not leave the facility. Anyone who arrives in New Zealand and has symptoms that are consistent with COVID-19 go into a separate quarantine facility. This … Read more

1. Managed Isolation Welcome Pack

New Zealand currently has nearly eliminated COVID-19. As such, people can travel freely within New Zealand. However, to keep New Zealand safe, everyone who travels to New Zealand are legally required to undergo either quarantine or managed isolation for 14 days. This booklet contains information about managed isolation. It explains … Read more

Using the Managed Isolation Allocation System

I can’t get a room for the date I want to arrive in New Zealand what can I do? The Managed Isolation Allocation System shows all available rooms across our managed isolation facilities. Please select an arrival date where there is availability. * We recognise there will be some situations where … Read more

Managed Isolation Allocation System Q&As

Why is an allocation system needed?  The Managed Isolation Allocation System is designed to manage the flow of in-bound travellers to New Zealand, allowing Managed Isolation and Quarantine (MIQ) to better match the number of people flying into the country with room availability in managed isolation facilities. Do visa holders need to get a Managed Isolation Allocation Voucher … Read more

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