A worker outside a Covid-19 managed isolation facility in Auckland.

There are no new coronavirus cases in the community and four in managed isolation, the Ministry of Health has revealed.

One of the four cases announced today is historic.

Today’s Covid-19 update also takes into account Saturday, as the ministry’s last update was Friday.

Two of the new cases in MIQ arrived in New Zealand from Kenya on April 10.

The other arrived on April 15; they were from Lebanon and their infection was detected upon arrival.

The other case was from Pakistan – they arrived on April 5.

The historic case arrived from Papua New Guinea via Singapore on April 14 and was tested on arrival. They are not infectious, according to the ministry.

The total number of active cases in New Zealand today is 102.

Today’s update is the last one before the Australian travel bubble opens at 11.59pm tonight.

The Ministry of Health said this was a “timely reminder that people who visit New Zealand as part of quarantine-free travel will be able to download the NZ COVID Tracer app – there are no restrictions”.