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We Have Won The Battle Against Corona Virus - The Prime Minister Of New Zealand

We Have Won The Battle Against Corona Virus - The Prime Minister Of New Zealand

New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced on Monday that her country had won the battle against corona virus.
In his country, the coronavirus has been completely eradicated.The lockdown was announced in New Zealand after a person was diagnosed with the coronavirus, and strict restrictions were imposed.Its purpose was to curb the spread of the virus in the country.The government there has claimed to have achieved this goal.In New Zealand, 16 people have died and 1,222 have been infected due to epilepsy.In the last 24 hours, only one new case has surfaced in the country.

Reacting to this, New Zealand's director general of health, Ashley Bloomfield, said they had achieved their goal of capturing the corona virus.
"It simply came to our notice then.What they are saying is not that no new corona case will come up in the country.But they can now say that the number of new cases coming in the country will be so low that the government can easily identify and keep people in contact with the affected people and keep them in quarantine.

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In addition, the cut-off level in New Zealand has been reduced from 4 to 3.

Lockdown was announced in the country on March 28.The government has taken such a step after a gap of about five weeks. Schools, colleges, bars, restaurants, gyms, swimming pools and shops and markets were closed during the lockout.Even ordinary people were barred from going to the beach.They were allowed to leave the house only to buy essentials.
These are all the important steps taken by the government of New Zealand in order to put a check on the spread of corona virus and the citizens gave a very good response to it.

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