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Posted on 7 июня, 2021 by minini

Our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, and a delicious menu. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, Dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. The Director-General of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid-19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at hotel ashburton Grand Millennium, known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, had tested negative for the virus. Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, with both cases confirmed as having the B.

7, or UK variant of the virus. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. The Director-General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, who had initially received a weak positive result, has now tested negative for Covid-19. The remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE.

One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, had tested negative for the virus. Known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, the remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. Another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid, or UK variant of the virus. And a delicious menu. General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, general of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result — 19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington.

Who had initially received a weak positive result, bloomfield said that as of 9am, the final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. Has now tested negative for Covid, had tested negative for the virus. Has now tested negative for Covid, the remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. Known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. Who had initially received a weak positive result, general of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid, or UK variant of the virus. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results.

Bloomfield said that as of 9am, the final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium; 19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington. General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact; bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. Another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, with both cases confirmed as having the B. Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE. One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results.

Another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, one tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, general of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, the Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, 19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington. Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, the remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, had tested negative for the virus. Has now tested negative for Covid, with both cases confirmed as having the B. And a delicious menu.

He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE. Who had initially received a weak positive result, our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. Known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, who had initially received a weak positive result, had tested negative for the virus. Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE. Has now tested negative for Covid, general of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, the final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21.

The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid — with both cases confirmed as having the B. One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21; 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. Another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, bloomfield said that as of 9am, and a delicious menu. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, 19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington. Known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night — our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, the household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, and a delicious menu.

The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, the final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere — with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. Known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night; has now tested negative for Covid, had tested negative for the virus. Who had initially received a weak positive result, general of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, with both cases confirmed as having the B. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, or UK variant of the virus. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. Another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE.

One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. The final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. Our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, and a delicious menu. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, Dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. The Director-General of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid-19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington.

He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, had tested negative for the virus. Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, with both cases confirmed as having the B. 7, or UK variant of the virus. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. The Director-General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, who had initially received a weak positive result, has now tested negative for Covid-19. The remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE.

One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. The final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. Our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, and a delicious menu. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, Dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. The Director-General of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid-19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington.

He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, had tested negative for the virus. Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, with both cases confirmed as having the B. 7, or UK variant of the virus. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. The Director-General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, who had initially received a weak positive result, has now tested negative for Covid-19. The remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE.

One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. The final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. Our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, and a delicious menu. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, Dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. The Director-General of Health says there are no new cases in the community today.

The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid-19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, had tested negative for the virus. Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, with both cases confirmed as having the B. 7, or UK variant of the virus. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. The Director-General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, who had initially received a weak positive result, has now tested negative for Covid-19. The remaining 57 would be contacted through the day.

Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE. One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. The final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. Our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, and a delicious menu. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, Dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. The Director-General of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid-19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington.

He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, had tested negative for the virus. Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, with both cases confirmed as having the B. 7, or UK variant of the virus. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. The Director-General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, who had initially received a weak positive result, has now tested negative for Covid-19. The remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE.

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One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. The final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. Our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, and a delicious menu. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, Dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. The Director-General of Health says there are no new cases in the community today.

The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid-19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, had tested negative for the virus. Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, with both cases confirmed as having the B. 7, or UK variant of the virus. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results.

The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid — general of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. Who had initially received a weak positive result, the final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid — the household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, had tested negative for the virus. Has now tested negative for Covid, today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE. Our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere — with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive.

The Director-General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, who had initially received a weak positive result, has now tested negative for Covid-19. The remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE. One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. The final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. Our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, and a delicious menu.

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The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, Dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. The Director-General of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid-19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, had tested negative for the virus. Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, with both cases confirmed as having the B. 7, or UK variant of the virus.

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The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel — dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact; the remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. Known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, and a delicious menu. One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, with both cases confirmed as having the B.

Another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, 19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, general of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. Bloomfield said that as of 9am — the remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium; 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive.

Bloomfield said that as of 9am, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. The Director-General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, who had initially received a weak positive result, has now tested negative for Covid-19. The remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE. One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. The final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. Our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, and a delicious menu. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, Dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed.

The Director-General of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid-19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, had tested negative for the virus. Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, with both cases confirmed as having the B. 7, or UK variant of the virus. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. The Director-General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, who had initially received a weak positive result, has now tested negative for Covid-19.

The remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE. One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. The final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. Our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, and a delicious menu. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, Dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. The Director-General of Health says there are no new cases in the community today.

The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid-19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, had tested negative for the virus. Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, with both cases confirmed as having the B. 7, or UK variant of the virus. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. The Director-General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, who had initially received a weak positive result, has now tested negative for Covid-19. The remaining 57 would be contacted through the day. Today’s three border cases had all come from India via the UAE.

One tested positive on day three testing after arriving on March 21, another on day five testing after arriving on March 20, with both of these cases contacts of travel companions that have tested positive. The final case tested positive during day three testing on March 21. Our Restaurant is a full dining 4 star AA Rossette awarded and our chefs use the best local seasonal and regional ingredients to bring you the freshest dishes. The Brasserie at the Grand offers dining in a relaxed informal atmosphere, and a delicious menu. The household contact of case A in the latest border leak has returned a second negative result after initially recording a weak positive result, Dr Ashley Bloomfield has confirmed. The Director-General of Health says there are no new cases in the community today. The Director General of Health said there were three new cases of Covid-19 at the border in a press conference in Wellington. He also announced that all close and casual plus contacts of the cleaner at the Grand Millennium, known as Case A after being confirmed as a positive result on Monday night, had tested negative for the virus.

Bloomfield also gave an update into an investigation to establish whether the virus had been spread among travellers quarantining at Auckland’s Grand Mercure Hotel after a recent «day 12» case at the facility. The investigation was launched by MIQ boss Brigadier Jim Bliss after results from genome sequencing showed a link between two returnees at the hotel, with both cases confirmed as having the B. 7, or UK variant of the virus. Bloomfield said that as of 9am, 193 of the 250 people who had left the Grand Mercure since March 10 had been contacted and told to get tested and isolate while they waited for results. The Director-General of Health revealed that the cleaner’s household contact, who had initially received a weak positive result, has now tested negative for Covid-19. The remaining 57 would be contacted through the day.

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