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Covit-19 |  Corona virus: New Zealand restrained three days after a case was discovered |  NNDC |  The world

Covit-19 | Corona virus: New Zealand restrained three days after a case was discovered | NNDC | The world

New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinta Artern has ordered the imprisonment of more than five million people for three days after the Corona virus was first detected in Auckland on February 28. .

Despite the fact that Auckland, the most populous city in New Zealand, has a population of nearly 1.7 million and more than 1,600 from neighboring countries, the move comes at midnight due to fears that the case found today is with delta variation. The Coromandel Peninsula will be closed for seven days.

We have only one chance. We have to go hard and fast to stop the broadcasts“The administration of COVID-19 was universally praised by Jacinta Artern, who justified this imprisonment to reporters in Wellington.

Under the health order, New Zealanders can leave their homes (with masks and two meters away from another person) to shop, play sports, and undergo tests to detect COVID-19.

At a news conference by New Zealand Director General of Health Ashley Bloomfield, the 58-year-old, who was infected with the virus, traveled to the Coromandel Peninsula over the weekend to begin his epidemic last Thursday.

So far, health officials have not been able to identify the origin of the virus or whether it has leaked from isolated centers for international travelers.

Even if this case is identified in Auckland, we should all be a part of the response to it. This is a national issue”, Said the Medical Commission.

Since the outbreak, New Zealand has amassed 2,900 confirmed and possible COVID-19 cases, including 26 deaths and 43 active cases, in almost all isolated centers.

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New Zealand authorities stepped up their vaccination campaign last week, which began with border guards last February and began delivering Pfizer to more than 5 million civilians by the end of July.

The executive wants to complete the vaccination of targeted population by the end of the year to reopen its borders, which closed in March 2020, starting with the first quarter of 2021 through a personal program that weighs the risk to the native country of international travelers. And your immune status.