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Tighter measures for returnees

Thursday 30 September 2021 | Written by Al Williams | Published in Local, National

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Tighter measures for returnees
Stranded Cook Islanders helping out with the Kuki Vaccination Drive in Mangere, Auckland, last week. BYRON BROWN/21092439

A person who volunteered at the Cook Islands Vaccination Drive in Mangere last week where stranded Cook Islanders also offered support, has been tested positive for Covid-19, prompting tighter conditions for those returning home.

A person who volunteered at the Cook Islands Vaccination Drive in Mangere last week where stranded Cook Islanders also offered support, has been tested positive for Covid-19, prompting tighter conditions for those returning home.


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