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.

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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.

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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.

Waitemata

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

Bluff

has 87 cases which has not changed since yesterday.

Marist college

at 84 which has not changed.

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10/04/20 at 12:19pm

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