New Zealand extends coronavirus bans

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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave information on the new measures taken against the Delta variant, in a press release after the cabinet meeting.

Announcing that the full closure, which is expected to end tomorrow at midnight, in the country’s largest city, Auckland, will remain at 4th level for a week until 11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, September 21, Prime Minister Ardern said they have decided to apply the restrictions in the rest of the country at the second level.

Expressing that the bans in the country will be reviewed on Monday, September 20, Ardern thanked Aucklanders for enduring “level 4 quarantine”. Try to reduce it. “used his statements.

In the country, which has accelerated vaccination studies by purchasing around 800,000 doses of Pfizer-BioNTech Kovid-19 vaccine in Spain and Denmark, the rate of those who have the first dose of Kovid-19 vaccine is 66%, and the rate of those who have the second dose of the vaccine is 33.7 percent.

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According to data from the New Zealand Ministry of Health, the Kovid-19 test of a total of 36 people, including 3 returned citizens, in the past 24 hours was positive.

In New Zealand, which is one of the best performing countries in the fight against Kovid-19, 27 of the 3,000,949 people who contracted the virus have died.

In the country where there are still 614 active cases, treatment of 21 people continues in hospital.

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