Ministry of Health reports four new Covid-19 Cases

Ministry of Health reports four new Covid-19 Cases

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There are four new cases of Covid-19 to report today in managed isolation. None have been reported in the community.

The total number of active Covid-19 cases is 30. The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases are now at 2,385.

They are the numbers that the Ministry of Health reports to the World Health Organisation.

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Positive arrivals:
Case one arrived on Jun 21 from Kuwait positive at day 6/is a contact of a case/staying in Auckland facility
Case two arrived on Jun 21 from Kuwait positive at day 6/is a contact of a case/staying in Auckland facility
Case three arrived on Jun 24 from the Netherlands via the United Arab Emirates positive at day 3/staying in Auckland facility
Case three arrived on Jun 24 from the Netherlands via the United Arab Emirates positive at day 3/staying in Auckland facility

 

Testing statistics:
Laboratories have processed a total of 2,149,014 tests to date.

Yesterday, 5,619 were processed, while the seven-day rolling average up to yesterday is 4,618.

This data does not include the number of tests that were processed by Waikato DHB due to the systems being down as a result of the ongoing cyber attack.

“The Waikato data continues to be recorded manually and monitored,” a statement says.

“The data will be added to the tally once systems have been restored. The manual data shows Waikato is continuing to process almost 200 tests a day since 17 May.

COVID Tracer statistics:
On the NZ COVID Tracer app, 2,879,185 users are now registered, recording a total of 294,122,406 poster scans.

There have been 11,401,500 manual diary entries done so far.

In the last 24 hours to midday yesterday, 752,439 scans were processed.

“It’s incredibly important that people keep a record of where they’ve been. It can help support contact tracers in tracing potential close and casual contacts of people who have tested positive for COVID-19,” a statement says.

“We recommend people continue to scan using the NZ COVID Tracer app. The more we all scan, the safer we’ll all be. The data is stored on your phone until you choose to share it.”

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