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New Zealand’s outbreak rebounded after 100 days of diagnosis, and the virus was suspected to be imported with imported goods

novel coronavirus pneumonia was diagnosed in New Zealand 102 days later. 4 new cases were added in August 11th, and 14 cases were added on 12 days. The New Zealand authorities suspect that the new coronavirus was imported through refrigerated goods imported from abroad. At present, the tracing work is in progress. According to the guardian on the 13th, New Zealand Prime Minister Jessica Aden said on the same day that the clustering epidemic in Auckland was expanding, with 17 new crown cases confirmed in two days. The number of cases may continue to increase before the epidemic is stopped. “In the face of the grim situation, we are dealing with it urgently and calmly.” According to Sky News, four local cases found in New Zealand on November 11 came from the same family, including one working in a cold storage company in Wellington hills, Auckland. Health experts are investigating the cold storage, and they suspect that the new coronavirus may have entered new Zealand by importing refrigerated goods, as there have been no indigenous cases in the country for more than 100 days, and the latest confirmed cases have not been to other countries recently. Of the 14 new cases on August 12, 13 were related to the confirmed cases of the previous day. According to the financial times on the 13th, Ashley Bloomfield, New Zealand’s health director general, said that overseas research showed that the new coronavirus could survive in cold storage for a long time. “We believe that there has been no community-based transmission in China for a long time.” Nick Wilson, a professor of public health at the University of Otago in New Zealand, believes that the outbreak is more likely to be related to the border, such as a worker infected with the virus from someone who is being isolated. < / P > < p > the new round of epidemic not only tightened the epidemic prevention measures in Auckland again, but also affected the dissolution of Parliament. According to the New Zealand Herald on the 13th, the epidemic control measures in Auckland have been upgraded to level 3 from noon on the 12th, which requires people to stay at home as much as possible, avoid unnecessary travel and restrict the gathering of more than 10 people. The New Zealand Parliament was originally scheduled to be dissolved on the 12th, paving the way for the September parliamentary election. In response to the rebound in the epidemic, New Zealand Prime Minister Aden decided on the 12th to suspend the dissolution of Parliament and make a decision based on the epidemic situation in China. New Zealand’s deputy prime minister and Foreign Minister Peter Peters said in an interview on the 13th that the health of new Zealanders should take precedence over politics, and the election may be delayed. President of Belarus talks about Putin: like my brother, he is not an elder who gives orders

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