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Covid-19: Nine new cases of coronavirus, all in managed isolation

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New Zealand has 9 new instances of coronavirus on Sunday, all from managed isolation and none locally.

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The November quarantine cluster is the only cluster of community transmission currently in New Zealand.

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The November quarantine cluster is the one cluster of group transmission at the moment in New Zealand.

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Mask wearing transport became mandatory on Thursday, inside all public transports.

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Masks sporting transport turned necessary on Thursday, inside all public transports.

November quarantine cluster

What is called the November quarantine cluster stems from a Defence Force worker (Case A) who was stationed at Auckland’s quarantine facility, Jet Park.

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The cluster additionally consists of Circumstances B, C, D, E, and now F.

Case B is a civilian Defence Drive employee from Wellington who helped run a workshop on Military values and Case C is one other Defence Drive civilian.

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Case D is an AUT student who tested positive for the virus on November 12 after Case A frolicked within the metropolis close to the place she lives and works whereas infectious the day after the workshop, November 5.

Case D contaminated a neighbour at 106 Vincent St residences, often known as Case E.

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On Friday, three cases of coronavirus had been present in managed isolation.



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