December 1, 2021

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New Zealand is lagging behind in severe epidemic controls

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Nearly two years after one of the world’s toughest COVID-19 regulatory policies, New Zealand on Monday announced the end of its locking strategy. Vaccine At the time of the return of restrictions in some European countries.

Prime Minister, Jacintha ArternAs of December 3, more than 5 million people in New Zealand were required to follow the color-coded system, such as a traffic light, to determine the danger level of the Covit-19.

The new regulations confirm the turn New Zealand has taken in recent months, with the continued eruption of the delta variation in August, forcing the Ordnance Government to reconsider its policy of eliminating the whole of Kovit at a time when the country was being accelerated by vaccines.

The new system will start with 90% of the target population vaccinated and often eliminate the possibility of imprisonment and allow face-to-face classes in schools in high-alert areas such as the city of Auckland. Protection and use of masks.

Also, between December 15 and January 17, nearly 1.7 million people living in Auckland, New Zealand’s most populous city, will be able to travel across the national border if they are vaccinated or have a negative result on a PCR test. Hours ago.

With 83% of its target population fully vaccinated, the country has accumulated about 10,200 infections since the outbreak, including 4,640 active cases and 40 deaths, making it one of the most positive records on the planet. He fought the epidemic in the best possible way.

With the exception of travel bubbles that are not isolated with Australia and some Pacific countries, the closure of borders from March 2020 includes a health victory that prevents its own citizens living abroad from returning to their home country.

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