Two Covid-19 Cases sent to Auckland’s Middlemore Hospital, reportedly in ‘stable condition’

Two Covid-19 Cases sent to Auckland’s Middlemore Hospital, reportedly in ‘stable condition’

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The Ministry of Health reports that two Covid-19 cases have been hospitalised in Auckland.

Both cases were transferred from Auckland’s quarantine facility last week.

They are being treated at Middlemore Hospital, but it is not exactly known what has caused them to be sent to Hospital.

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The Ministry reports that the two are currently in a stable condition and are under strict care standards.

Measures such as using infection prevention and control were put in place.

These measures are applied to all Hospital transfers from managed isolation and quarantine facilities.

No further information was given on the details of the two due to privacy reasons.

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