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New Zealand imposes capital restrictions on the single positive of a tourist corona virus

New Zealand imposes capital restrictions on the single positive of a tourist corona virus

New Zealand officials have announced restrictions in the capital, Wellington An Australian tourist has been confirmed to have a corona infection After visiting the city the alert went to level 2 until Sunday. Meetings are restricted to no more than 100 people, while masks are again mandatory on public transport. It is essential to maintain a safe distance in places such as supermarkets.

There is no diagnosis in New Zealand related to this positive. However, authorities have asked all those in 12 public places in Wellington to take precautionary measures such as isolating all persons who have passed by the victim and carrying out Govt tests. These places have an exhibition hall, a hotel, a pharmacy, bars and restaurants. The country’s health ministry also details the timing Danger in every place.

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These activities are triggered by a diagnosis. New Zealand stands alone throughout the epidemic for its most serious policy against the virus, raising warnings with very few cases. According to data from the World Health Organization, A country of five million people, has recorded only 2,363 positive and 26 deaths since the outbreak. 12% of people have at least one dose of the vaccine, According to statistics Our world in data. Reuters reports that there has been no social exchange in New Zealand for four months.

New Zealand has its borders The rest of the world was closed for several months, With very few exceptions. In mid-April it struck a deal with its neighbor Australia over an epidemic situation. It was the first case where a trip between the two countries was approved without the need for isolation and a positive test was conducted for tourists, who stopped the opening.

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Responding to Govt-19, Minister Chris Hipkins pointed out: “We have always had plans for situations like this, and that’s what we are working on now.” According to the newspaper, Hipkins recommended that people use a mask whenever they could not maintain a safe distance. New Zealand Herald.

Similarly, the minister stressed that those who were in the Wellington region on weekends should comply with similar regulations wherever possible at this time to avoid the spread of the virus. Hipkins explained that they did not currently choose prison because they had decided to take a “cautious stance” and monitor the situation. Four people who were in close contact with Australian tourists have been isolated, two of whom have already tested negative.

The relationship to the eruption in Australia

New Zealand health officials have explained that there is a link between the positives they have confirmed and the outbreak in Sydney (Australia), with 16 new local infections in the last 24 hours and a total of 31, detected delta variants in the Pandi neighborhood last week.

Passengers at Sydney Airport this Wednesday.DPA via Europa Press / Europa Press

To try to stop the expansion of this variation, New South Wales authorities (Sydney-based state) on Wednesday ordered the actions of 5.3 million people and other social restrictions in the city’s metropolitan area. Neighbors: They limit indoor gatherings to a maximum of five people, use masks in closed spaces and restrict the capacity of shopping malls, while other Australian jurisdictions prevent them from moving out of Sydney.

At a press conference, the head of the New South Wales government, Gladys Perezglian, called on people living in the area where the Govt-19 cases were found to avoid moving out of the city. Australia, which has been living a normal routine for months, has broken only with brief and localized controls to control explosions quickly, accumulating about 30,400 cases, including 910 deaths. At least 22% of the population is vaccinated.

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