An Air New Zealand passenger jet. From November 1, all arriving non-citizens must be fully vaccinated, and the airline has made full vaccination a requirement for boarding its international flights. Photo: Reuters An Air New Zealand passenger jet. From November 1, all arriving non-citizens must be fully vaccinated, and the airline has made full vaccination a requirement for boarding its international flights. Photo: Reuters
An Air New Zealand passenger jet. From November 1, all arriving non-citizens must be fully vaccinated, and the airline has made full vaccination a requirement for boarding its international flights. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: New Zealand’s Delta outbreak spreads; Singapore vows clearer pandemic messaging

  • PM Jacinda Ardern put additional regions into a snap lockdown, while Air New Zealand imposed a vaccination requirement for international travellers
  • Elsewhere, Australia reported more than 1,900 Covid-19 infections on Sunday, as it struggles to quell Delta outbreaks in its two most populous states

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
An Air New Zealand passenger jet. From November 1, all arriving non-citizens must be fully vaccinated, and the airline has made full vaccination a requirement for boarding its international flights. Photo: Reuters An Air New Zealand passenger jet. From November 1, all arriving non-citizens must be fully vaccinated, and the airline has made full vaccination a requirement for boarding its international flights. Photo: Reuters
An Air New Zealand passenger jet. From November 1, all arriving non-citizens must be fully vaccinated, and the airline has made full vaccination a requirement for boarding its international flights. Photo: Reuters
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