There are currently no confirmed or suspected cases of Covid-19 in Niue.
This has been confirmed by the Minister for Health Billy Talagi to BCN News.
Tests of people being quarantined are being sent to New Zealand. So far results have not indicated any case of interest.
Talagi stated that the caretaker Cabinet will continue to review the travel restrictions and measures in place until the new government is formed after the General Election at the end of this month.
Niue’s travel restrictions have been extended to the end of August.
The decision was made by Cabinet on 23rd April.
Passengers permitted on every fortnightly flight from Auckland to Niue for residents and essential personnel only continues until the end of August, 2020.
Residents are those who have lived in Niue not less than 12 months or those who have lived in Niue continuously for 6 months or more in the last 12 months.
Where technical or skilled persons are required then they can travel to Niue with written authorization from the government of Niue.
All persons who enter Niue will be required to undergo 14 days quarantine.
The extension of weekly flights to Niue from Auckland is to continue until further notice as per travel advisory number 4 which expired on Thursday April 30th.