In an announcement from the leader’s office, it was reported Ardern would make a live announcement to the country with respect to the Government’s reaction to the pandemic.
The Government has propelled its coronavirus COVID-19 general wellbeing effort, approaching New Zealanders to “join against the infection and moderate its spread.”
“At this moment, 11:22 am on the 19th of March 2020, there are no suspected or confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Otaki,” said the Otaki Medical Centre team.
“The event is deemed to be high risk due to a large number of people being close; the possibility of exhibitors and attendees having recently returned from overseas; and importantly – the event being general admission, meaning it is difficult for authorities to trace anyone who may need to be monitored for COVID-19.”
Today the Ministry of Health has confirmed that the Covid-19 cases have risen to eight. An Australian man in his 60s who’s in Wellington has been affirmed as having Coronavirus. He flew from Brisbane while anticipating test results. He showed up in Wellington on Air New Zealand flight NZ828 at 12:05 am 14 March. Chief General of Health Dr. Ashley Bloomfield says the man is presently side effect free however stays in seclusion with his accomplice.
The person, in their 60’s is a citizen of New Zealand; the person travelling from Iran via Bali to Auckland City had fell ill & quickly went to Auckland Hospital on the 26th of Feb after confirming that they have a case of Coronavirus (also known as Covid-19.)