The Ministry of Health has announced there are two new cases of COVID-19 in MIQ on Tuesday.
There are no new cases of community transmission.
The Ministry said one previously reported case has now recovered, bringing the total active cases to 67. New Zealand has now recorded 1966 confirmed cases of COVID-19.
One of the new cases arrived in New Zealand on February 2 from Zambia via the United Arab Emirates. The case tested positive on day five of their stay in an Auckland MIQ facility.
They are also a close contact of the case which was reported on Sunday. That person had tested positive for COVID-19 while in an Auckland hospital for a non-COVID-19 related condition.
"As a close contact they had already moved to an Auckland quarantine facility," a Ministry of Health spokesperson said.
The second case was a person who had travelled from France via the United Arab Emirates. They arrived in New Zealand on February 4 and tested positive on day three in MIQ.
Neither of the two cases are connected to the Pullman Hotel.
New Zealand's current seven-day rolling average of COVID-19 tests processed is now 3930.
On Monday Kiwi laboratories processed 2207 tests, bringing the total number of processed tests to 1,565,107.
The COVID Tracer App now has 2,560,447 registered users and poster scans are up to 174,358,360. More than 525,000 poster scans have been recorded since midday on Monday.