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Auckland begins second COVID-19 lockdown in a month – Sydney Morning Herald

“It is more than likely there will be additional cases in the community,” Ardern says after a person was infectious with the UK variant for a week but not in isolation….

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Despite our best efforts to date, recent cases have gone to work when they shouldnt have, Ardern said, promising police action over breaches of the rules on self-isolating.
Opposition leader Judith Collins urged tougher penalties for those who do not follow advice on isolation. No one wants to be yo-yoing in and out lockdown, Collins said in a statement.
The new lockdown, part of Level 3 curbs, lets people leave home only for essential shopping and work, while public venues will stay shut. Curbs…

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