New Zealand recorded its first death from Covit-19 in six months on Friday, with health officials on Saturday said they had brought the latest waves linked to the delta type under control. The 90-year-old woman died Friday, Saturday night at a hospital in Auckland (north) of an infection and unable to receive ventilation or intensive care.
He is the 27th person to die of Govt-19 in New Zealand and the first person since February 16 this year. According to authorities, she was victimized by a member of her household AucklandThe country’s main city with a population of 1.7 million.
Level 4 imprisonment in Auckland
New Zealand has been battling the Govt-19 epidemic since the first case Spreads locally in six months, Was discovered in mid-August, leading to imprisonment in a country of five million people. Since then, 782 cases have been reported, mainly in Auckland
Control level4At most, the rest of the country has been reduced to 3rd place.
The demise “is a very sad reminder of why the steps we are taking now are so important,” said Prime Minister Jacinta Artern. “Our older New Zealanders and those with basic health conditions are more susceptible to the virus, and this is one reason why control measures are an important tool to prevent it from spreading.”
Only 20 new positive cases were reported on Saturday, with 84 new cases reported last weekend, at the height of the last wave. Public Health Director Carolyn McNeill said the number of new cases last week was “encouraging.” “We are able to break the exchange chain,” he said.
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