New Zealand's prime minister put the military in charge of new arrivals, saying letting 2 new COVID-19 cases travel the country without being tested was an 'unacceptable failure'
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Two women who traveled from the UK to New Zealand earlier this month tested positive for the coronavirus on Tuesday, becoming New Zealand's first new infections in 24 days.

The arrivals had been allowed to leave isolation four days early to travel around the country, under an established compassionate exemption, to visit a dying relative.

Health officials said the arrivals had not been tested for the coronavirus before leaving isolation, despite new rules saying they...

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