Jacinda Ardern is forced to be isolated on Mother’s Day after her fiancé received a positive test on Covid
- Jacinda Ardern will have to spend seven days in isolation with Clark Gayford
- The Prime Minister of New Zealand went to Instagram on Mother’s Day to make an update
- Ms Ardern said Mr Hayford woke up feeling sick and gave a positive test for the virus
Jacinda Ardern was forced into solitary confinement for seven days after her fiancé received a positive test for Covid.
The Prime Minister of New Zealand said her fiancé Clark Gayford woke up from a bad feeling on Mother’s Day morning.
‘Happy Mother’s Day everyone! It’s not noon yet, and I would already say that ours was ambiguous, “she wrote on Instagram.
Jacinda Ardern was forced to isolate herself for seven days after her fiancé received a positive test on Covid
New Zealand’s prime minister says her partner Clark Gayford woke up feeling unwell on Mother’s Day morning
“Niva was so excited that it was Mother’s Day that she got up well and early to share this wonderful postcard! (Who doesn’t like to be compared to hot lava …).
“The downside is that Clark woke up in average well-being and gave a positive result on Covid, so we have 7 days of family time ahead!”
Ms. Ardern said she would continue to work remotely while she was in isolation.
“I’ll be working from home, so anyone watching time for questions or attending my Business NZ speech on Wednesday will still see me remotely!” she wrote.
“Otherwise, happy Mother’s Day to everyone who plays mom in someone’s life. You’re as adorable as a hot bench for a three-year-old!
New Zealand continues to follow isolation rules for home contact with positive Covid cases. Australia repealed this requirement a few weeks ago.
Household contacts should be isolated from the moment a person with a positive on Covid receives the test result.
They must pass a rapid antigen test on the third and seventh days of the positive contact isolation period.
Ms. Ardern posted an update about her fiancé on Instagram along with a photo of a charming postcard made by her daughter Neve
Families are embracing after a flight from Los Angeles arrived at Auckland International Airport when the New Zealand border opened for visa-free countries on Monday
Ms. Ardern may need to be isolated for an additional seven days if she tests positive for the virus.
An extended period of isolation could mean Ms. Ardern will miss the federal budget on May 19th.
The Prime Minister of New Zealand posted a post on Instagram along with a photo of a charming Mother’s Day card made by her daughter Neve.
‘Mom. Hooray! It’s Mother’s Day! Happy Mother’s Day! I love fish kisses. I love you like a hot bench. Love from Neve was on the postcard.
New Zealand welcomed thousands of travelers from around the world on Monday as the country opened its borders to visitors from about 60 countries, including the United States, Britain and Singapore, for the first time since Covid-19 hit in early 2020.
One woman flew in from London via Los Angeles to visit Holly’s daughter, for the first time since the blockade began
Emotional Britons finally reunited with loved ones in New Zealand when grandparents met their grandchildren and families shared hugs and tears for the first time since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic
Maori cultural performers sang songs at the gates of arrival in Auckland, and travelers were presented with popular locally made chocolate bars when the first flights arrived from Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Friends and family hugged and cried when people reunited, which for some was the first time in more than two years.
Garth Halliday, who was waiting at the airport for his son, daughter-in-law and grandson to land from London, told local media that it made him happy and emotional when he saw that so many families were reunited.
New Zealand had some of the toughest rules in the world during the pandemic, and only recently has it begun to mitigate increasingly unpopular measures.
The country hopes to boost tourism and alleviate labor shortages, now the Omicron option is widespread.
Borders were opened for New Zealanders and Australians in February and March. Now guests from about 60 countries without a visa can enter without quarantine if they are vaccinated and tested negative for Covid.