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The 110-room hotel has been one of three managed isolation facilities in Hamilton, alongside Ibis Tainui and Jet Park Hotel Hamilton.
Businesses can now apply to take part in the government’s self-isolation pilot scheduled to start in October.
The Auckland Business Chamber has welcomed the release of more detail around a trial for home isolation for business travellers.
The addition of the hotel, which is part of the Choice Hotels group, will bring 85 rooms to the system.
New Zealand’s managed isolation and quarantine booking system will re-open on Monday 20 September.
Crowne Plaza Auckland has re-opened today as a managed isolation facility after being suspected of being ground zero for New Zealand’s Delta outbreak.
The Ministry of Health is increasing its surveillance testing of border, quarantine and healthcare workers to help combat the spread of Auckland’s delta Covid-19 outbreak.
The Novotel & Ibis Auckland Ellerslie will from today become a contingency quarantine facility able to take any overflow of Covid-19 positive community cases stemming from the Delta outbreak.
Travellers returning from Australia will revert to the pre-bubble system of securing a place in managed isolation and quarantine.
Practices like buffet breakfasts may become a relic of the past, says Four Points by Sheraton Auckland’s GM.
However, having one might not immediately change the need for 14 days of managed isolation for arrivals.
It’s a topsy turvy world for senior hotel managers in MIQ, who can find themselves packing lunches, on security, or behind the front desk.
Support for the MIQ system will be required until at least 31 December 2022, says a government report into the facilities.
First part of 1000 student cohort announced in January.
Around 95% of managed isolation and quarantine workers were vaccinated for Covid-19 as of 30 April, according to the joint head of MIQ, Brigadier Jim Bliss.
If pause ended, flight from Perth will leave for NZ tonight.
Respiratory particle transmission most likely infection route.
Case B and C are employees or contractors of First Security, MCK stated.
The latest case follows a cleaner and security guard getting infected at the MIQ facility.
But not all MIQ workers are getting the jab with an unvaccinated security guard at the Grand Millennium Auckland testing positive.
Around 250 returnees who have left the Grand Mercure have been told to self-isolate.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment increases fees for some visa holders, lifts requirements for Kiwis to meet payment exemption.
Genomic testing has connected the case at the Grand Millennium Hotel to a recent returnee.
A coach operator that had its airline transport contract terminated by the government and handed to a competitor is calling for fair treatment.
MBIE says it believes all 32 hotels being used will renew their MIQ contracts, which currently come to an end in April.
The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment says it will increase managed isolation and quarantine fees from 25 March for temporary entry visa holders.
New mitigation measures at the Pullman Auckland have been introduced but the cause of three infections there is still unknown.
The Government must immediately release its reports into how Covid infected three people at the Pullman Auckland, says National’s Covid response spokesperson, Chris Bishop.
However, the exact causes of the three recent infections at the facility remain unknown.
The current contracts end in April and at least one major provider wants more certainty.
The country’s border workers, including airline and managed isolation and quarantine hotel staff, will be the first to receive the Covid-19 vaccine, says the Government.
Only one of those five was a hotel worker, says the Ministry of Health.