Ebene News – GB – Covid-19: 11 new cases in managed isolation and in quarantine reported

There are 11 new cases of Covid-19 in Managed Isolation and Quarantine (MIQ) facilities reported today by the Department of Health

In a statement, the ministry said five previously reported cases have now recovered. There are no new cases in the community

The total number of active cases in New Zealand is 55, with a total of confirmed cases of 1,806

During the summer holidays, the ministry reminds all New Zealanders to use the COVID Tracer app to scan QR codes and activate Bluetooth functionality

This will allow you to receive an alert if you have been around another user of the app who tested positive for Covid-19

In its previous update on Tuesday, the ministry reported seven new cases to MIQ in the previous two days

Yesterday it was revealed that thousands of workers in managed isolation hotels finally have representatives to address health concerns and make their workplaces safer after months of waiting

The Marshall Islands became the first independent country in the Pacific region to start vaccination against Covid-19

UK variant of Covid-19 does not appear to cause more severe illness than other variants, corresponding study finds

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that a variant of the coronavirus, which could be up to 70% more transmissible, is spreading rapidly in Britain

Thousands of workers in managed isolated hotels now have representatives to address health concerns and make their workplaces safer

New Zealand, Coronavirus

Ebene News – GB – Covid-19: 11 new cases in managed isolation and quarantine reported

Source: https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/433866/covid-19-11-new-cases-in-managed-isolation-and-quarantine-reported