New Zealand airport workers seen in bizarre Covid protective masks

March 16, 2020: Mandatory self-isolation for all new arrivals, including New Zealanders in the country.

March 19: All non-residents or citizens are barred from entering the country by an international border ban.

March 25: Nationwide lockdown enforced, with only essential services allowed to open. At this point New Zealand has recorded 102 cases and 0 deaths.

8 June 2020: Ardern announces no new community transmissions in past two weeks and says New Zealand has eliminated transmission of Covid.

August-September 2020: Auckland’s 1.7million residents endure two months of lockdown measures after initially registering 4 new cases.

February-March 2021: Auckland goes back into lockdown as three new Covid cases are registered in the community.

August 17: All of New Zealand re-enters Level 4 lockdown measures for two weeks as a new community case is registered.

October: A traffic light system is put in place, preventing unvaccinated residents from entering shops, gyms and hairdressers in “red” or “amber” warning zones.

December: The government delays the planned reopening of its border in February because of the spreading Omicron variant.

December 21: The length of stay for people in Managed Isolation and Quarantine (MIQ) facilities is increased to 10 days.

January 2022: Public backlash as major events and sporting events are limited to a maximum of 100 people as part of the Covid red alert.

Jan 18: Government postpones administered isolation and quarantine lottery due to surge in Covid cases.

January: Ardern announced that she had called off her own wedding after nine new Omicron cases were registered.

February: The government announces plans to open the country to New Zealanders and eligible travelers from Australia, who are allowed to skip quarantine as long as they self-isolate for 10 days.

March 2: Vaccinated travelers entering the country will no longer have to self-isolate on arrival.

May 2: Travelers from the UK and travelers from other countries that are visa-exempt will be allowed to enter the country without self-isolation.

August 2022: The New Zealand government eases restrictions to allow all travelers to enter the country, provided they are vaccinated and undergo two rapid antigen tests upon arrival. New Zealand airport workers seen in bizarre Covid protective masks

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