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From November 14, all travellers will only spend seven days in MIQ facilities, with three tests during that time. They will then isolate at home for about three days, with a test on day nine, before they can leave after that test returns a negative result.
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said it was estimated to free up about 1500 MIQ rooms a month. Hipkins said the overall risk profile of Covid cases had changed, with only a small amount of people arriving in New Zealand with Covid, while MIQ was holding many high risk community cases in New Zealand. "We're also very aware of the pressure that has been building at the border." From November 8, people from low risk countries would be able to come into New Zealand without isolating, that includes Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu and Tokelau. Any non-New Zealand citizens must be vaccinated to enter. In the first quarter of next year, home isolation may be introduced, coinciding with the introduction of the traffic light system. The length of time and requirements would depend on the Covid situation at the time. Hipkins said the timing of this was they didn't want to accelerate Delta spread out of Auckland.