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Cook Islands’ Air New Zealand team starts saliva testing

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

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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.


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