More Top Stories

National
National

Protecting whistleblowers

6 September 2022

Local

Local surfer at spot x

5 September 2022

Rugby league
Local

Vaka Training Successful

30 August 2022

Economy
Environment
Pacific Islands
Rugby league
Environment
French Polynesia
Culture
Regional
Rugby league
Local
Pacific Islands

Pacific news in brief

12 August 2022

Court
National

Competitor at heart

11 August 2022

National

Final counting underway

10 August 2022

Local

The ride of their lives

8 August 2022

Sports
Culture
Opinion

Cook Islands’ Air New Zealand team starts saliva testing

Thursday 11 November 2021 | Written by Caleb Fotheringham | Published in Economy, National

Share

Cook Islands’ Air New Zealand team starts saliva testing
A Cook Islands Air New Zealand staff member is shown how to perform the saliva test.

Cook Islands Air New Zealand staff will start undergoing regular saliva Covid-19 testing instead of nasal swabs. The saliva testing is regarded as more cost-effective and can be done more frequently.

Cook Islands Air New Zealand staff will start undergoing regular saliva Covid-19 testing instead of nasal swabs. The saliva testing is regarded as more cost-effective and can be done more frequently.


To continue reading this article and to support our journalism

CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE NOW
for as little as $11 per month.

- Up to date and breaking news
- Includes access to Premium content
- Videos and online classifieds

Already a subscriber, click here

Our people. Our news. First.