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    Quote Originally Posted by Klondyke View Post
    Don't be desperate
    Desperate? About what? This is a thread about cases in NZ, started by a mod . . . are you really that fucked in the head? Do you have to have another thread to spread your bullshit?

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    870 with fewer new cases . . . only Auckland remains in lockdown, the rest of the country is in relative 'freedom' again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    870 with fewer new cases . . . only Auckland remains in lockdown, the rest of the country is in relative 'freedom' again.
    they should do what they do here, just lockdown sections of the city.
    (south Auckland for example )

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    The infections are widespread, though - not just South Auckland.

    It's fair. Block the place off and let the rest of the country continue, which also benefits Akl

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    2260 . . . vaccinated numbers still ridiculously low

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    NZ numbers 20 October 2021

    Two deaths in 2021
    Twenty-eight total deaths 2020-21

    102 community cases
    46 in hospitals

    Director general of health Ashley Bloomfield said case numbers are doubling every 10 - 12 days. He said the key point was how many of those people who caught Covid-19 were vaccinated. Only 1.7 per cent of people hospitalised in the Delta outbreak have been vaccinated.


    FULLY VACCINATED 2,870,575 - 66.16%
    HAD 1 OR MORE DOSES - 3,604,171 - 83.07%
    TOTAL DOSES ADMINISTERED - 6,474,746
    Source: Ministry of Health

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    New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern relaxes some restrictions, despite record daily COVID-19 case numbers

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    New Zealand has reported 162 new cases of COVID-19 in the community, setting a national record for the highest number of new cases in a single day since the start of the pandemic.

    Key points:
    • New Zealand's new daily cases of COVID hits record high
    • Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says restrictions in Auckland will likely ease next Tuesday
    • Modelling suggests the "upper projection" of daily cases could peak at 300 cases a day


    Despite the growing number of cases, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has announced some restrictions in Auckland will likely lift from next Tuesday.
    Today, Ms Ardern announced Cabinet had agreed "in principle" to move Auckland down to "alert level three, step two" at 11.59pm next Tuesday.

    "This means retail can return, public facilities can open and gatherings outdoors can increase to 25," she said.
    "For those who have concerns about any easing, here I would say that because of high vaccination rates in Auckland we can move forward with greater confidence."

    Until Delta, New Zealand had been pursuing a COVID-zero strategy, using sharp and harsh lockdowns to crush outbreaks as they happened.

    However, a month ago, New Zealand moved away from its elimination strategy, insisting vaccines were now the best way to prevent a widespread outbreak.

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