Air New Zealand confirms Covid-19 case on Singapore-Auckland flight

SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Air New Zealand confirmed on Wednesday (March 4) a Covid-19 case of the new coronavirus on a Feb 25 flight from Singapore to Auckland.

"The customer travelled from Singapore to Auckland on flight NZ283 on Feb 25, then flew from Auckland to Palmerston North on flight NZ5103 on March 2, returning to Auckland on NZ8114 the same day," the airline said in a travel alert posted on its website.

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