Almost $20 million of managed isolation bills are still outstanding in New Zealand, with only a third of travellers having paid, Stuff reveals. New arrivals and returning Kiwis have 90 days to pay their bills after leaving a managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) facility. New Zealand residents going overseas for less than 90 days, and all non-NZ residents, are supposed to pay $3100 for a two-week quarantine if it took place from August 11, 2020. Starting March 25, 2021, the fee will be increased to $5520 for people with visitor visas, such as partners of New Zealand citizens and residents, and people with student, work or limited visas.
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