There are two new cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand to report on Thursday.
The Ministry of Health said the cases were detected in managed isolation.
The first case arrived from Moscow via London, Qatar and Brisbane on November 14.
It comes on the first day of mandatory masks on public transport across Auckland.
Auckland Transport said more than 90 per cent of commuters at the Britomart hub complied with the new rules.
Anyone caught failing to follow the Government masking order, which was made on Monday and came into force on Thursday morning, faces a maximum fine of $4000 or a prison term of up to six months.