New Zealand has completely eliminated coronavirus from their country, the daily infections are in single digits, Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern is planning to open a business from the upcoming Tuesday to ease the lockdown and to boost the nation’s economy.
New Zealand has announced that they have no single patient of COVID-19 under treatment in hospitals across the country at the moment. All those catching the virus earlier have successfully recovered. With that, New Zealand has become the world’s fifth country to announce itself as coronavirus-free state!
Prime Minister of New Zealand, Jacinda Ardern also said that New Zealand has “Successfully eliminated coronavirus” and “Won” against coronavirus. Also, she is also lifting restrictions placed after the outbreak.
She also told during the press conference that the number of coronavirus infections in New Zealand has come to Zero, and the recovery rate is 100%.
Ashley Bloomfield, New Zealand’s director-general of health, told during the media talks that she can confirm that New Zealand is now corona free as the bar of infected persons has come down, which is good news for the country.
PM of New Zealand also ensures that they will keep their emergency services on high alert, raising the capacity to cater 10,000 calls a day. Their emergency services are on standby, but the Prime Minister ensures that the situation in the country is under control.
Furthermore, New Zealand has also downgraded Covid-19 threat to level 3, which will allow the reopening of the business. This will give a boost to New Zealand’s economy as the businesses will start opening from the upcoming Tuesday.
She also did a Facebook live session from her home and answered the questions about Covid-19. In this session, she answered major questions that people had in their minds related to coronavirus pandemic.
As the coronavirus cases are going up all around the world, New Zealand is giving other countries the hope that they can eliminate this if their citizens stay hopeful and take precautionary measures to curb the spread of the virus.