New Zealand authorities reported on Monday that the city of Auckland will remain under lockdown Strict at least until September 21 to be able to deal with the delta variant of the coronavirus.
the country’s prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, He warned that in the last day there were 33 new cases of Covid-19 that could be linked to three outbreaks detected in the region.
In addition, the government decided Extension of alert level 4 for an additional week. The president said during a press conference, according to information from the newspaper, that “the fourth level will remain in effect as the best option to combat the delta variable and contain the virus at this time of the pandemic.” New Zealand Herald.
“We don’t want to risk the sacrifices that everyone has made by moving to Level 3 too quickly,” he said. However, the rest of the country will remain on alert 2 until September 21, when Auckland is set to move to level 3.
On August 17, all New Zealanders went to alert level 4 – the highest – which closed all schools and non-essential businesses. The outbreak has caused 955 cases, or about a thousand cases so far.
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