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New Zealand COVID cases prompt NSW to ask arrivals to quarantine or go home –

Health authorities upgraded their advice on Friday after Auckland recorded three new locally acquired COVID-19 cases.



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Anyone who has arrived in New South Wales from Auckland will now be ordered to enter mandatory hotel quarantine or go home.
NSW Health introduced the new order after the New Zealand government reported three additional virus cases on Wednesday.
From February 25, anyone arriving in the state from New Zealand who has been in Auckland, including Auckland Airport, must either enter hotel quarantine for 14 days or depart Australia.
NSW Health is also contacting travellers who have arrived since Saturday,…

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