COVID-19 Public Health Response (MIQ Charges) Amendment Regulations 2022 and COVID-19 Public Health Response Amendment Act 2021 Commencement Order 2022 for consideration at LEG on 10 February 2022 and Cabinet on 14 February 2022.
Notification MIQ will revert to the self-service model for Managed Isolation Allocation System (MIAS) bookings after a lobby release of 4,500 rooms on Thursday, 24 February, given substantially reduced demand for vouchers.
Recommendation to sign the attached COVID-19 Public Health Response (Isolation and Quarantine and Maritime Border) Amendment Order 2022. This gives effect to the decision to reduce the length of stay in managed isolation as part of the move to Phase Two of the Omicron plan.
Providing an update on the expected impact of Reconnecting New Zealanders on demand for MIQ ahead of a discussion with officials. Seeking agreement to commence decommissioning of the first tranche of facilities
Outlines operational implications on moving to a 7 day managed isolation operating model as part of the shift to Phase Two of the Omicron response. Seeking agreement to changes to the COVID-19 Public Health Response 2020 Order to implement this change.
Seeking agreement to sign the attached COVID-19 Public Health Response Amendment Order 2022. This creates a new provision in COVID-19 Public Health Response (Isolation and Quarantine) Order 2020 allowing granting permission for groups to leave their managed isolation facility (MIF) to train subject to specific public health conditions set by the Director-General of Health.