Jacinda Ardern rejected from cafe at coronavirus capacity
New Zealand prime minister unable to be accommodated under distancing rules
It’s rare for a head of state to just casually drop into a cafe for a snack. Rarer still for them to be turned away.
But that is exactly what happened on Saturday when the New Zealand prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, was turned away from a popular cafe in Wellington which was full due to coronavirus distancing measures.