New Zealand goes 100 days with no new local COVID-19 cases; no lockdown since June

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  • New Zealand just marked 100 days with no new domestic COVID-19 cases.
  • The country of 5 million people implemented strict lockdown measures in April. All restrictions on New Zealand businesses were lifted by June, but its borders remain closed to outside visitors.
  • Now, bars, restaurants, and sporting events are open for business across New Zealand — but health officials say they’re staying vigilant for another possible outbreak.


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