Aerosol transmission best bet for MIQ outbreak

Staff reporters
Thu, 03 Jun 2021

Staff reporters
Thu, 03 Jun 2021
Aerosol transmission is seen as the most likely cause of covid transmission at Auckland's Grand Millennium and Grand Mercure managed isolation facilities, after a series of investigations into recent flare ups of the virus in those sites.Both hotels were closed to new MIQ arrivals in April and remain locked until remediation work on ventilation systems is completed.In a statement today, joint head of MIQ Brigadier Jim Bliss said while it isn't possible to be completely certain as to where and how transmission occurred, aerosol transmiss...

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