In the country’s largest city, quarantine restrictions are eased after the second COVID-19 outbreak was overcome.
Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city, weakens quarantine restrictions after a second coronavirus outbreak. This was stated by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, reports Axios on Monday, October 5.
“Residents of Auckland and New Zealand stick to a plan that worked twice, and again defeated the virus,” Ardern said.
The prime minister congratulated the people of Auckland on the end of their second quarantine, which was implemented in August. Now they will be allowed to hold mass events there.
Ardern nevertheless urged the population not to lose vigilance, despite the fact that the coronavirus is under control.
Recall that earlier scientists have identified large concentrations of coronavirus in the Stockholm sewers. In recent weeks the figures have doubled and are at the level of May, scientists say and add that this is due to an increase in the number of infected.