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Rarotonga ‘masking up’ for border reopening

Thursday 13 January 2022 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Economy, National

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Rarotonga ‘masking up’ for border reopening
CITC’s George George and Rere Tuaputa encourage customers to mask up at the supermarket. MELINA ETCHES/ 22011203

After five months of a quiet and deserted arrival terminal at the Rarotonga international airport, this afternoon the borders will reopen and the first plane full of passengers will troop in from Auckland, New Zealand – since August 16, 2021.

After five months of a quiet and deserted arrival terminal at the Rarotonga international airport, this afternoon the borders will reopen and the first plane full of passengers will troop in from Auckland, New Zealand – since August 16, 2021.


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