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$1000 cost for self isolation pilot

Rebecca Howard
Wed, 29 Sep 2021

The pilot will be run in Auckland and Christchurch. (Image: Deposit Photos)
Rebecca Howard
Wed, 29 Sep 2021
The government is looking for 150 participants for the self-isolation pilot from Auckland and Christchurch, covid response minister Chris Hipkins said.Expressions of interest open at 9am Thursday.Those two cities were chosen because both have airport networks set up for international arrivals, he said.The cost will be $1,000, to cover things like transport and monitoring.Participants will be required to have a negative departure test and will be tested and screened on arrival.They will be required to stay in an approved standalone residence wit...

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