Jacinda Ardern said the Government had done everything it could to forestall the spread of Covid-19, and now the Government was asking New Zealand open to doing likewise. The measures would hit the economy hard, yet they were vital to help fight Coronavirus in New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern said.
“The individual in ICU is in Nelson and has been in there for certain days, they disintegrated over the most recent 24 hours and are on ventilation, they have critical health wellbeing conditions,” Dr Bloomfield said.
All trivial organizations should shut in 48 hours; this incorporates bars, eateries, films, play areas. Fundamental administrations will stay open. All indoor and outside occasions are prohibited. Schools will close tomorrow.
Ardern announced a new “alert system” to help combat the spreading of COVID-19. The alert system is currently at a level 2, which means people living all over New Zealand are to limit movement, meaning not to travel far and keep a distance from other places.
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 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.)
New Zealand Police announced to media today that they’re introducing two new technologies to help with the demand during busy times at Police Stations & throughout public spaces yet to be announced etc, at a private RSVP event at Wellington City.
We are not in a position to move our of level 4 this early nor can we afford to change anything that we are doing while we are here at this stage.