Covid-19: 65 new community cases

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There are 65 new community cases of Covid-19 today, all of which are in Auckland. This brings the cases in the current community outbreak to 1,855.

 As at 11am, 34 of these cases are linked, 10 are household contacts, and 31 remain unlinked with investigations continuing to help determine their connection to the current outbreak. 

There is a total of 34 cases in hospital today with all but one being in Auckland. Six cases are currently in ICU or HDU units.

A Ministry of Health Spokesperson says vaccination remains the number one protection against Covid-19.

“We are asking everyone in Aotearoa to either get vaccinated or support someone to get vaccinated as part of Super Saturday – our national day of action for vaccination, tomorrow, October 16, 2021.

“There will be more than 120 extra vaccination sites open, with many sites operating with extended hours and events and prizes on offer around the regions.

“The Covid Vaccination Healthline (0800 28 29 26) will also have extra staff available to answer any vaccine-related questions.

“A live Vaxathon will run from midday to 8pm. The event will celebrate the regions with the biggest change in vaccination numbers and will be supported by well-known Kiwis.”

Visit the Unite Against Covid Super Saturday webpage for more information.

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Info for Gigilo

Posted on 15-10-2021 20:08 | By

The info you require is on the MOH website. Maybe it wasn’t available when Sunlive published this article. See

Information Chart

Posted on 15-10-2021 15:21 | By Gigilo

Just wondering where the information chart of cases, general locations, vaccinations, etc that has been religiously displayed with these type of announcements over the past many weeks?