Three more people have contracted measles in Fiji. The health ministry says there are now 13 cases in the country.
Health official Sunil Chandra said the latest cases were two teenagers and a child, who was admitted to the main hospital in Suva but has since been discharged.
Meanwhile, the Auckland Regional Public Health Service said there were measles affected travellers on a flight from Nadi to Auckland last Friday.
Air New Zealand flight NZ53 departed Nadi at 2pm on Friday 22 November.
Public health officer Dr Maria Poynter said passengers may have been exposed and should watch for symptoms.
It can take between seven and 14 days after exposure to develop measles symptoms "and you are most at risk if you're not immune to measles, either because you haven't been vaccinated or you haven't had the disease previously", Dr Poynter said.
Symptoms include a high fever, a runny nose, a cough and sore red eyes, followed by a rash starting on the face and neck, then spreading to the rest of the body.