Wellington, August 11
New Zealand reported one new COVID-19 case of COVID-19 on Tuesday, after a interval of 102 days, taking the entire variety of lively circumstances within the nation to 22, all in managed isolation or quarantine amenities, in keeping with the Ministry of Health.
Tuesday’s case was a person in his 20s who arrived in New Zealand on July 30 from Melbourne, Xinhua information company quoted Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield as saying at a press convention.
He was in managed isolation on the Grand Millennium and examined unfavorable for COVID-19 round day three of his keep, however turned optimistic some 9 days later and has now been transferred to the Auckland quarantine facility, Bloomfield stated.
This case introduced New Zealand’s whole variety of confirmed circumstances of COVID-19 to 1,220.
None of these persons are receiving hospital-level care, he stated.
The Ministry is planning for a COVID-19 immunization program, and whereas there may be nonetheless vital uncertainty on what a possible COVID-19 vaccine could be and the way it will likely be delivered.
The dying toll stands at 22.