Random checks of 13 Managed Isolation & Quarantine (MIQ) hotels in February and March, found numerous lapses, RNZ reveals. The audit found staff shortages, PPE supply problems, returnees left to mingle in a lift lobby and bus drivers not wearing – or refusing to wear – the required N95 masks and eye protection. The Ministry of Health (MOH) has released more than 100 recommendations in the latest round of surveillance audits.
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