Jacinda Ardern is forced into isolation on Mother’s Day after her fiancé tests positive to Covid
- Jacinda Ardern forced into isolation after her fiance tests positive to Covid-19
- New Zealand prime minister took to Instagram on Mother’s Day to make update
- Ms Ardern revealed partner woke up feeling sick and tested positive to the virus
Jacinda Ardern has been forced into isolation for seven days after her fiance tested positive to Covid.
The New Zealand prime minister revealed her partner Clarke Gayford had woken up feeling unwell on the morning of Mother’s Day.
‘Happy Mother’s Day everyone! It’s not even midday and already I’d say ours has been a mixed bag,’ she wrote on Instagram.
Jacinda Ardern has been forced into isolation for seven days after her fiance tested positive to Covid
The New Zealand prime minister revealed her partner Clarke Gayford had woken up feeling unwell on the morning of Mother’s Day
‘Neve was so excited that it was Mother’s Day she got up nice and early to share this lovely card! (Who doesn’t love being compared to hot lava …).’
‘The downside is Clarke woke up feeling a bit average and has tested positive for Covid, so we have 7 days of family time ahead of us!’
Ms Ardern said she would continue to work remotely while she was in isolation.
‘I’ll be working from home so anyone who watches question time, or is attending my Business NZ speech on Wednesday, you’ll still see me remotely!’
‘Otherwise, a happy Mother’s Day to everyone who plays mum in anyone’s life. You are as magical as hot lava is to a three-year-old!’ she said.
New Zealand still enforces isolation rules for household contact of positive Covid cases.
Household contacts must isolate from the moment the Covid positive person receives their test result.
They must undertake a Rapid Antigen Test on the third and seventh day of the positive contact’s isolation period.
Ms Ardern provided an update about her fiance on Instagram alongside a photo of an adorable card made by her daughter Neve
Ms Ardern could be required to isolate for an additional seven days if she tests positive to the virus.
The New Zealand prime minister made the Instagram post alongside a photo of an adorable Mother’s Day card her daughter Neve had made for her.
‘Mum. Yay! It is Mother’s Day! Happy Mother’s Day! I love fishy kisses. I love you like hot lava. Love from, Neve,’ the card read.
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