There are two new cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand, all in managed isolation, with no new cases in the community.
One “historic” case has also been recorded.
The Ministry of Health gave the update today at 1pm, with Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield speaking to media at the Ministry office in Wellington.
Today marks the 13th day in a row with no new community-transmitted diseases in New Zealand, after the Ministry yesterday announced that all remaining community-transmitted cases had recovered.
It also marks the first day of Auckland re-joining the rest of New Zealand at Alert Level 1, which means there are almost no restrictions on day-to-day life.