Three students were stood down and told to self-isolate after leaving Auckland to attend classes at the Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology’s Windermere campus in Tauranga, NZ Herald reports. Toi Ohomai chief executive Leon Fourie stated: “Prior to leaving Auckland, the students contacted the Ministry of Health for guidance, produced negative Covid tests, and relevant documents to border staff, and were permitted to travel through.” However, the instituted decided to have the students self-isolate “as a precautionary measure”.
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