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Volume 27, Number 5—May 2021
Synopsis

Transmission of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 during Border Quarantine and Air Travel, New Zealand (Aotearoa)

Nick Eichler, Craig Thornley, Tara Swadi, Tom Devine, Caroline McElnay, Jillian Sherwood, Cheryl Brunton, Felicity Williamson, Josh Freeman, Sarah Berger, Xiaoyun Ren, Matt Storey, Joep de Ligt, and Jemma L. GeogheganComments to Author 
Author affiliations: Auckland District Health Board, Auckland, New Zealand (N. Eichler, F. Williamson); Hutt Valley District Health Board, Lower Hutt, New Zealand (C. Thornley); New Zealand Ministry of Health, Wellington, New Zealand (T. Swadi, T. Devine, C. McElnay); Institute of Environmental Science and Research, Porirua, New Zealand (J. Sherwood, X. Ren, M. Storey, J. de Ligt, J.L. Geoghegan); Canterbury District Health Board, Christchurch, New Zealand (C. Brunton, J. Freeman, S. Berger); University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand (J.L. Geoghegan)

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Figure 1

Sequence of probable transmission events and associated relevant locations in-flight and MIQ for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 during border quarantine and air travel, New Zealand, September 2020. Location of case A is approximate (Table). COVID-19, coronavirus disease; MIQ, managed isolation and quarantine.

Figure 1. Sequence of probable transmission events and associated relevant locations in-flight and MIQ for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 during border quarantine and air travel, New Zealand, September 2020. Location of case A is approximate (Table). COVID-19, coronavirus disease; MIQ, managed isolation and quarantine.

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