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    The Trans Tasman Travel Bubble is also being closely watched after an Auckland Airport worker – who tested positive after cleaning a “red zone” plane – was found to have also cleaned a “green zone” plane, which flew to Australia on Monday.

    Plus, Investigations are underway, after a 40-year-old man was hospitalised with blood clots days after receiving the Pfizer vaccine.

    Regardless of the medical findings, authorities are concerned it may be another blow for public confidence in the program.

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