A man staying in MIQ in Christchurch says the Kosher meals he is being sent frozen from Auckland are not “fit for human consumption”, NZ Herald reports. He arrived at the Sudima Christchurch Airport MIQ facility on Monday after informing authorities of his dietary requirement before initially leaving the country over two months ago. A Managed Isolation and Quarantine spokesperson said the team at the facility in Christchurch has sought out and been given advice on how to best meet the requirements of a kosher diet. But the man said he had not eaten for 60 hours due to the poor food quality, and he has requested a transfer to an Auckland MIQ facility so he can have better quality meals.
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