COVID-19 cases rises to 1,283 in New Zealand

COVID-19 cases rises to 1,283 in New Zealand

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Director of Public Health, Dr. Caroline McElnay


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On Friday, 10th of April 2020, Director of Public Health, Dr. Caroline McElnay


said that the current Coronavirus cases have risen to 1,283 from 1,239.


44 new cases. 23 new confirmed, 21 new probable cases. 14 of the new 44 cases are linked to existing clusters with investigations on going.

16 people in hospital, 4 in ICU one each in Wellington, Waitemata, Counties Manakau, and southern DHBs. 2 of these ICU patients and Sourthern Waitemata are in a critical condition.

The total combined number of confirmed and probable cases in 1,283.

373 cases report of Covid-19 have now recovered. Increase of 56 on yesterday.


More people are recovering than combined confirmed cases.

Cases that we have information on:

Still seeing a strong but declining link to over seas travel at 40%

On going links to cases within New Zealand at 44% 


That incl. those in clusters that we already know about with community transmission at 2%


Cases under investigation are at about 14%

12 Significant clusters.

3 largest clusters remain the same.


now has 69 cases linked to it, 5 more from yesterday.


has 87 cases which has not changed since yesterday.

Marist college

at 84 which has not changed.

Last Updated:

10/04/20 at 12:19pm

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10/04/20 at 1:17pm

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10/04/20 at 1:25pm

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