Hurry up and open up: airport boss’s parting shot

Hurry up and open up: airport boss’s parting shot
Onwards and open upwards, says AIA's Littlewood. (Image: supplied)
Staff reporters
The government should hurry up and ditch managed isolation and quarantine for fully vaccinated New Zealanders returning home as the science no longer supports the policy, says outgoing Auckland International Airport chief executive Adrian Littlewood.Emboldened by the fact that he finishes the job this week, Littlewood issued a parting shot statement this morning saying there was “no longer any logic in forcing fully vaccinated New Zealanders with pre-departure testing into quarantine facilities”.With the US opening its borders to Am...

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