A group of demonstrators have been spotted protesting outside the Novotel Auckland Airport Hotel managed isolation facility on Tuesday morning.
A witness completing their 14-day mandatory isolation period at the Novotel saw the protesters shouting slogans outside the facility, which is fenced off by barriers.
The witness, who is at day 13 of their stay, told Newshub that hotel staff, security and police officers stationed on the premises have been speaking to the protesters.
He said there are seven demonstrators currently outside the facility.
"It looks to be about the Government [being] unlawful against our rights. But it's hard to see the signs," the man, who did not wish to be identified, told Newshub.
"There are police there. They, along with the Airforce and First Security, are always on the premises."
A Managed Isolation and Quarantine spokesperson told Newshub: "We were aware of the presence of a small group of people outside the Novotel Auckland managed isolation facility and their reasons for being there. Staff onsite were in communication with them."