Contracts with all 32 managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) facilities are to expire simultaneously on April 30, Stuff reveals. The head of MIQ does not rule out the possibility that some will drop out of the system altogether, once the contract expires. Nevertheless, New Zealand Army Brigadier Jim Bliss is confident hotels will provide sufficient notice if they decide to withdraw from the MIQ service and reopen to the public.
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