Five ways New Zealand can keep Covid-19 cases at zero | Michael Baker and Nick Wilson

Posted by on June 7, 2020 11:02 pm
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Modelling shows it is very likely New Zealand has eliminated coronavirus. Keeping it that way is the next big challenge

Today, for the first time since 28 February, New Zealand has no active cases of Covid-19.

According to our modelling at the the University of Otago, it is now very likely (well above a 95% chance) New Zealand has completely eliminated the virus. This is in line with modelling by our colleagues at Te Pūnaha Matatini (a research centre based at University of Auckland).

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