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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Another day of no new community cases in Auckland's Papatoetoe cluster

    Another day of no new community cases in Auckland's Papatoetoe cluster


    Covid 19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says he hasn't been informed of any further cases since those confirmed on Sunday night.

    Auckland remains in a Level Three lockdown until Sunday, with the rest of the country at Level Two.

    Hipkins says while there have been no signs of further community spread, it's still too early to know for sure.

    We want to get out of lockdown as quickly as possibly, but they don't want to move prematurely.

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