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New Zealand PM takes COVID-19 test after picking up ‘seasonal sniffle’ from daughter

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New Zealand’s prime minister has taken a COVID-19 test after picking up a “seasonal sniffle” from her three-year-old daughter.

Jacinda Ardern took Tuesday off work due to the sickness, leaving deputy prime minister Grant Robertson to take on the responsibilities.

The 41-year-old is expected to reveal more details next week about her plans to reopen New Zealand’s borders, following 16 months with some of the toughest travel restrictions in the world.

New Zealand has reported no community cases of COVID-19 since February, although a handful of cases is picked up most days in the country’s hotel isolation system, which is compulsory for all arrivals.

The country has reported about 2,800 coronavirus cases and 26 related deaths but its vaccination programme has been one of the slowest in the developed world.

Around 14% of people in New Zealand are fully vaccinated.

 Sky News

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