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Managed-isolation or quarantine on arrival requirements

All travellers boarding an aircraft to NZ must undertake a minimum of 14 days of managed isolation or quarantine in an approved facility on arrival.


If a traveller is symptomatic on arrival, they will be tested and placed in an quarantine facility for 14 days.

If a traveller is not symptomatic on arrival, they will be placed in an approved managed isolation facility for 14 days.

The Ministry of Health is using multiple facilities in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.

At the end of their 14 days, travellers will be able to leave a facility and travel to their final destination, provided they have a suitable travel plan in place.

Before leaving the facility a final health check will be carried out.

For more information please refer to the Ministry of Health website.