A Covid-19 case at the airport the day after the 'bubble' was launched.

A Covid-19 case at the airport the day after the ‘bubble’ was launched.

An employee at Auckland Airport was tested on Tuesday, April 20, and tested positive for Covid-19 the day after the launch.bubbleTraveling with Australia, which should not be affected by this Covid-19 situation. Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister of New Zealand, noted that this should not have an impact on this.bubble‘, the two countries’Having accepted that there are cases».

During a press conference, she also indicated that systems have been put in place to manage this type of situation without the need for lockdown measures. Jacinda Ardern also explained that the injured employee is a maintenance worker who works on planes from countries to “high riskfrom pollution.

In Australia, Health Minister Greg Hunt confirmed that “all confidenceOn New Zealand’s ability to curb the emergence of Covid-19 cases. The first flights of this”bubbleEagerly awaited by residents of these two neighboring countries, it took off on Monday 19 April after months of negotiations. Families who have been separated since the borders were closed nearly 400 days ago due to the COVID-19 pandemic, have therefore been able to find their loved ones or go home without undergoing mandatory quarantine upon arrival.

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