New Zealand's Ardern turned away from cafe under coronavirus rules

New Zealand’s Ardern turned away from cafe under coronavirus rules

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Melbourne: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her partner were rejected on Saturday because of their leadership skills during the coronavirus pandemic because the restaurant was too under the guidance of physical evacuation full.

Ardern’s government relaxed many social distancing rules on Thursday, reopening cafes, cinemas and malls after two months of some of the tightest restrictions in the world to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

New Zealand media reported that Ardern and Clarke Gayford went to a cafe in the country ’s capital Wellington for brunch. A few minutes later, an employee chased them after the table was empty, and the couple went back again.

Clarke Gayford, a partner at Arden, blamed himself.

“I have to take responsibility for this, I didn’t get organised and book anywhere,” Gayford said on Twitter. “Was very nice of them to chase us down st when a spot freed up. A+ service.”

The Prime Minister ’s news service said that waiting for viruses in cafes may be restricted.

“The PM says she just waits like everyone else,” the public Television New Zealand cited Ardern’s press service as saying.

New Zealand has managed to contain the coronavirus pandemic before straining the public health system. According to data from the Ministry of Health, as of Sunday, there have been 1,149 confirmed coronavirus cases and 21 deaths related to it.

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