Coronavirus crisis: Flights between Perth and New Zealand to resume Monday after pause following vir …

coronavirus crisis flights between perth and new zealand to resume monday after pause following virus spread

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VideoMark McGowan says Perth has avoided lockdown but fans will be shut out of western derby 52 after WA’s latest COVID scares.

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Flights between Perth and New Zealand will continue from tomorrow following a temporary pause as WA authorities dealt with yet another virus outbreak sparked in hotel quarantine.

A hold was put on direct flights yesterday in the wake of news a Pan Pacific Hotel quarantine security guard had tested positive to COVID-19 and that two of his housemates had also contracted the virus.

New Zealand officials concluded the risk to public health across the ditch was low after meeting with their Australian counterparts today.

“Following further assessment, the Ministry of Health is advising airlines that flights between Perth and New Zealand can resume as early as (Monday),” NZ’s Ministry of Health said this afternoon.

“This follows last night’s temporary pause in direct Perth-New Zealand bound flights while the Ministry was awaiting a further assessment from Western Australian officials…

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