Two New Cases of Coronavirus Reported In New Zealand


New Zealand stated on Tuesday that it has two new instances of the coronavirus, both identified with ongoing travel from the UK, finishing a 24-day dash of no new diseases in the nation. New Zealand lifted all social and monetary limitations aside from fringe controls a week ago, in the wake of pronouncing it had no new or dynamic instances of the coronavirus, one of the main nations on the planet to come back to pre-pandemic ordinariness.

Notwithstanding, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern cautioned that new cases may come up later on as New Zealanders get back, and some others were permitted in under extraordinary conditions. The wellbeing service said the new cases were identified with the outskirt because of ongoing travel from the UK. The two cases are associated, it said in an announcement. Further subtleties were normal in a news meeting later on Tuesday. New Zealand has so far had 22 passing from the infection.