"It's like Superman, he didn't know what to do on Earth, but the more he does it, the more he is used to it."
Footage of the arrest shows Kara Bell ranting and refusing to identify herself to police.
Professor Michael Baker will lead the new programme.
The agency says faking vaccinations puts others at risk.
"Our stance is we've given people who needed to come home the ability to do so for quite some time."
"We never know where the next case will come from."
"We wanna be normal or, you know, like, seen as normal people."
"I'm sick of hiding."
Just over 100,000 people have been vaccinated, of which about 30,000 have received two jabs.
Pfizer began studying a third dose of their vaccine in late February.
"It just reminds me how very lucky we are in New Zealand to be able to perform to you know 2000 people at a time like this."
A new report has highlighted blatant inequalities.
The panel will provide background information on how the plan will work.
An investigation into how the man went untested for six months is underway.
The pair will speak from the Beehive on Monday.
Four-year-old Lydia has a rare birth defect where one leg is shorter than the other.
It follows three MIQ workers contracting COVID-19 over the past few weeks.
"This is really important for protecting the country."
The country has banned the export of anti-viral drug Remdesivir amid the ferocious COVID-19 resurgence.
Over 15 million doses of vaccine were given by the end of March.