Covid in Christchurch: Baker urges Air NZ to enforce vaccination

Oliver Lewis
Thu, 28 Oct 2021

Covid in Christchurch: Baker urges Air NZ to enforce vaccination
Factors in favour of increased restrictions in Christchurch would be if the cases had spent time in indoor, high-risk environments while infectious. (Image: Getty)
Oliver Lewis
Thu, 28 Oct 2021
Christchurch will remain at alert level 2 after two covid-19 cases were detected in the city, the covid response minister has confirmed.The Ministry of Health became aware of the two cases, within the same household, on Wednesday evening. One person had travelled from Auckland on Oct 15 after getting a travel exemption for child care. They returned negative tests before both legs of their travel.Covid response minister Chris Hipkins said the two new cases, who lived in the Bishopdale area, had been transferred to a managed isolation facility. N...

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