Billy Te Kahika falsely claims media released COVID-19 update at 1am

Billy Te Kahika falsely claims media released COVID-19 update at 1am

Billy Te Kahika falsely claimed media released a COVID-19 update at 1am in the morning. Mr Kahika says the media has a ‘fresh' go at him and ‘make something up.' His live stream, however, contained a false claim. thisquality can assure readers that the Ministry of Health never released info...

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Billy Te Kahika tells Followers to go Panic Shopping over Community Case

Billy Te Kahika tells Followers to go Panic Shopping over Community Case

Billy Te Kahika went on a bandwagon of fear over a COVID-19 case by encouraging his followers to go panic shopping ‘calmly' right after the Community Case was announced. This does more harm than any good. A Community Case was identified in Northland as a 56-year-old woman. The woman used...

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Billy Te Kahika visited business within last 11 days following Northland COVID-19 Community Case

Billy Te Kahika visited business within last 11 days following Northland COVID-19 Community Case

Online influencer Billy Te Kahika visited a business following the recent Northland COVID-19 Community Case announcement. A list was revealed detailing the locations of where a 56-year-old woman went too, who was confirmed as the Community Case. One location of interest was Fat Camel Cafe. The woman attended the Cafe...

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8 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand, one suspected in community

8 new cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand, one suspected in community

There are 8 new cases of COVID-19 to report today in managed isolation. One case is being looked into after coming back as probable in the community. The first case arrived on January 9 from South Africa via the United Arab Emirates and Malaysia. This person tested positive at around...

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Probable Community Case of COVID-19 being looked into in Northland

Probable Community Case of COVID-19 being looked into in Northland

Health Officials are responding and looking into a community case of COVID-19 in Northland. A Government spokesman confirmed to media that the case is being treated as a probable. The case is reported as a transmission of someone who was recently released from a managed isolation and quarantine facility. The...

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Broadcaster Larry King dies of COVID-19 at age 87

Broadcaster Larry King dies of COVID-19 at age 87

American broadcaster and interviewer, Larry King, has died of COVID-19 according to an announcement on his official Twitter account. King died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. His cause of death was Coronavirus. He was aged 87 when he died of the virus. In the past, he has survived...

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Sani Squad member spotted at Soundsplash event in Raglan

Sani Squad member spotted at Soundsplash event in Raglan

The Unite Against COVID-19 Social Media Instagram channel shared an image from user @jarredwilliams03, where a Sani Squad member was spotted at the Soundsplash event in Raglan Sani Squad members have been disbursed around New Zealand always on standby attending large summer weather events to help in stopping the COVID-19...

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Billy Te Kahika claims lockdown will happen on January 15, it will not

Billy Te Kahika claims lockdown will happen on January 15, it will not

Online Influencer, Billy Te Kahika, claimed a lockdown is due to befall on January 15; however, that is not entirely correct. In a live stream on Tuesday evening, Mr Kahika said Newshub published an article indicating a lockdown was ‘planned' — the article title relates to the topic's popularity that...

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4 new cases of COVID-19 at border in last two days

4 new cases of COVID-19 at border in last two days

There are 4 new cases of COVID-19 to report today in managed isolation. There are no new cases reported in the community. The first case arrived on January 4 from the United Kingdom via Singapore. This person tested positive on routine testing day 0/1 and is at a quarantine facility...

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Managed isolation staff member tests negative since visiting Hamilton District Court

Managed isolation staff member tests negative since visiting Hamilton District Court

A managed isolation staff member visited Hamilton District Court on Wednesday while she was awaiting COVID-19 test results. Her test has returned as negative.  The Court was in lockdown shortly before 10 am after the woman entered. She was reported to have COVID-19 symptoms and did not self-isolate while awaiting...

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