Three Historical Covid-19 cases reported, none in Managed Isolation

Three Historical Covid-19 cases reported, none in Managed Isolation

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There is no new cases of Covid-19 to report today in managed isolation. None have been reported in the community, but three have been reported as historical.

The first new historical case arrived on April 25 from Japan. This person tested positive at around day 12 of routine testing and is now staying in a quarantine facility in Christchurch.

A second new historical case arrived on May 5 from Egypt via the United Arab Emirates. This person tested positive at around day 0 of routine testing and is now staying in a quarantine facility in Auckland.

The total number of active Covid-19 cases is 27, as two have previously recovered. The total confirmed Covid-19 cases are now at 2,288. This is the number that the Ministry of Health reports to the World Health Organisation.

Laboratories have processed a total of 2,046,919 tests to date. On Sunday, 2,335 were processed, while the seven-day rolling average up to yesterday is 3,970.

On the NZ COVID Tracer app, 2,815,425 users are now registered, recording a total of 265,407,523 poster scans. There have also been 9,938,189 manual diary entries done so far.

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