The first COVID-19 patient was not found in New Zealand
New Zealand’s offices in mid-March start in New Zealand. It was the day that the first infection did not occur after the factory was banned for more than a month. Lockdown ended on March 16, ending with a non-infection date.
As many as 20 patients have died from the infection, no other deaths have been reported and the infection has not been reported for the first time, Health Department chief Ashely Bloomfield said. Bloomfield says this is the result of everyone obeying the rules.
It is the first day in New Zealand that there have been no cases of additional infections since Lockdown. “We have to try to keep up with the results.”
New Zealand is a public holiday destination. Office Schools and factories; The ban on supermarkets and shopping centers has been lifted a month after mid-March lockdown for COVID-19 protection.
But there are still some restrictions, as millions of New Zealanders are working from home. Students are also learning lessons online. Some businesses have been allowed to resume operations.
Bloomfield said people should stay in social distancing as long as they are completely free from the COVID-19 infection. There are a total of 1,488 cases of COVID-19 infected in New Zealand. The death toll also rose to 1, according to the latest May 6 figures.
The actual test could come next week. Infected individuals may be infected with the COVID-19 virus on a regular basis for 5 days and 5 days. Bloomfield warns that more patients may be found over the next six months.
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