CM – New Zealand reports a sharp surge in Delta cases as the government talks about extending the lockdown


New Zealand has reported an increase in local COVID-19 cases as the lockdown becomes more likely to be extended.

35 new local cases were reported on Monday, 33 in Auckland and two in Wellington.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is expected to address the media with a decision on Monday.

Genome sequencing studies indicate a kiwi who died on the 7th.

The man had a negative COVID-19 before arriving. Submit test, but tested positive on the first day of his mandatory fortnightly quarantine on August 8th.

Labor theory has it that the man passed the deadly virus on to at least one in three passers-by when he was at his quarantine hotel, the Crowne Plaza in the center of Auckland, checked in.

The entrance and fitness area for guests of the hotel runs right next to an access point to an office building, only separated by plexiglass fences.


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