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This report provides a pathway toward safer scaling-up of New Zealand's border capabilities. Up to a million Kiwis live overseas with a right to return to New Zealand. While the country is now effectively free of COVID-19, with cases only in the country’s quarantine facilities, the pandemic rages abroad and is unlikely to abate anytime soon. Even if a vaccine is developed this year, scaling up its production will take time. In the meantime, the government must scale up its own capabilities and capacity within its managed isolation and quarantine facilities.
Recommendations for the NZ Government: