Pullman Hotel has reopened as an MIQ facility while air filtration is installed, RNZ reports. The hotel started accepting returnees on Tuesday, after it was shut down to give way to investigation of the transmission of the Covid-19 cases. The shut down was also used to make changes to improve ventilation and reduce the movement of guests. Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins said the changes will make the Pullman safer, and lessons learned will be rolled out across other managed isolation facilities.
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