Covid-19: Three new cases of virus in managed isolation, none in community
There are three new cases of Covid-19 in managed isolation, and none in the community, the Department of Health said.
On Sunday, there were four new cases of the virus in managed isolation.
There have been no cases in the community.
The ministry said the cases announced on Sunday were from the Philippines, India, Afghanistan and the United States.
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The total number of active cases in New Zealand is now 23.
Meanwhile, the ministry is asking anyone in New Zealand who was at places of interest in Sydney to make contact, get tested and stay at home until they test negative.
A community group in the Australian city has grown to nine, and masks are now mandatory in indoor public places in some areas of local government.
New Zealand’s non-quarantine travel bubble with New South Wales remains in place.