Dr Ashley Bloomfield
Two new Covid-19 +ve cases emerge in New Zealand after 24 days streak of no infection

Two women tested positive for Covid-19 in New Zealand on June 16. They had arrived from the UK on June 7 and were allowed to visit a parent who died of Covid-19. PM Jacinda Ardern announced that New Zealand had eliminated the transmission of coronavirus on June 8. No new cases were reported since May 22 in the country. 

Tue, 16 Jun 2020 - 05:02 PM / by Kajol Pravina

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