An Auckland family served the remainder of their managed isolation stint in their multi-million dollar home, after complaining about conditions in their initial facility, Stuff reports. The woman, who is the wife of a prominent New Zealand sportsman, complained about conditions at the isolation hotel near Auckland Airport where she and her children were staying. Neighbours, who did not want to be identified, said security guards were stationed outside the home. A notice was posted on the gate of the property, with a Managed Isolation and Quarantine (MIQ) letterhead, warning people not to cross the boundaries of the property and saying all deliveries must be contactless.