Covid-19 cases rises to 66 in New Zealand

Covid-19 cases rises to 66 in New Zealand

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The Ministry of Health’s Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield.

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Ministry of Health Director-General of Health Doctor Ashley Bloomfield refreshed New Zealand’s number of cases and reaction to Covid-19. 

Every single new case was affirmed by lab testing, Dr Bloomfield stated. A further four occurrences are being viewed as plausible cases. Five new cases are in Auckland, one in Northland, one in Canterbury, two in New Plymouth, two in Waikato, one in Tauranga, one in the Coromandel, and one in Dunedin. 

Of the 14 new cases, 11 are identified with universal travel, one originating from close contact of an affirmed example. 

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Two cases happened at the World Hereford Conference in Queenstown prior this month. 

Dr Bloomfield additionally affirmed that 1200 lab tests were completed yesterday, with the all outnumber of New Zealand tests now more than 6000. 

A large portion of the cases are travel-related; however, two instances connected to head out presently abroad 

can’t seem to be resolved, he said.

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Ministry of Health Director-General of Health Doctor Ashley Bloomfield said on the

20th of March 2020

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“We can’t preclude a danger of network transmission in these cases,” Dr Bloomfield said. 

“A reminder that self-isolation does not mean social isolation; physical distancing does not mean social distancing. It’s essential for mental wellbeing that we stay connected more than ever. There are many ways to reach out to people. Through phones, social media, and online contact, even if you cannot visit them in person.”

“Talking to people and checking in on them and others keep us all connected and as I say this is more important than ever.”

“The smallest and largest question you can ask someone is, Are you okay?” Dr Bloomfield said. 

Further subtleties on the new cases will be made accessible on the Ministry of Health site as they are finished. 

New Zealand’s alarm level stays at level two.

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