Watch live: New Zealand’s MIQ reservation system to resume on Monday


New Zealand’s MIQ reservation system – which has been suspended due to the Delta outbreak – will resume on Monday, Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins confirmed.

Hipkins and Chief Health Officer Dr Ashley Bloomfield reveal the latest news on the Delta outbreak and the vaccine rollout.

Watch the update here:

There have been 14 new community cases of covid-19 reported today

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Announcing changes to the MIQ reservation system today, Hipkins said 4,000 bi-weekly rooms will be vacated every fortnight by Christmas.

Hipkins said anyone entering the virtual “lobby system” between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. Monday would have an equal chance of getting a room.

He asked people to know their preferred flight route and select the correct arrival date to avoid wasting MIQ rooms.

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Monday’s voucher release will not include red flights from Australia.

More details on the lobby system can be found on the official website here.

– more soon



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