Two new Covid-19 Cases reported in Auckland Managed Isolation facility, one other Historical

Two new Covid-19 Cases reported in Auckland Managed Isolation facility, one other Historical

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Two new cases of Covid-19 has been reported today in managed isolation, with one other case reported as Historical. None have been reported in the community.

The total number of active Covid-19 cases is 27. The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases are now at 2,386.

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

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Positive arrivals:
The first new case reported today arrived on Jun 25 from South Africa via Qatar positive at day 5/staying in Auckland facility
The second new case reported arrived on Jun 29 from the United Kingdom via Singapore positive at day 1/staying in Auckland facility
A reported Historical case arrived on June 12 from India via Qatar positive at day 12/currently staying in Auckland facility

Testing numbers:
Laboratories have processed a total of 2,303,782tests to date.

Yesterday, 7,131 were processed, while the seven-day rolling average up to yesterday is 7,215.

COVID Tracer statistics:
On the NZ COVID Tracer app, 2,883,511 users are now registered, recording a total of 296,622,266 poster scans.

There have been 11,481,140 manual diary entries done so far.

In the last 24 hours to midday yesterday, 856,762 scans were processed.

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