ARDERN: “I've got a number of questions about people refusing — you know, what we do if someone refuses to be tested? Well, they can't now! If someone refuses, in our facilities, to be tested, they have to keep staying. So they won't be able to leave after fourteen days, they have to stay on for another fourteen days. So it's a pretty good incentive. You either get your tests done and make sure you cleared, or we will keep you in the facility longer. So I think people — most people will look at that and say, 'I'll take the test.'"