The owners of the luxury ship decided against staying in New Zealand waters and were allowed by the French High Commission and the New Caledonian government to sail into waters off Noumea (Grande Terre island, New Caledonia).
The 92 crew had to stay onboard for 2 weeks, which matched the self-isolation conditions imposed on returning New Caledonian residents.
There was no confirmed COVID-19 case on Le Laperouse.
In New Caledonia, there had been 18 positive tests but none for over a week.
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