All is as good as fine and changed in New Zealand as the country announces it will lift almost all its coronavirus restrictions as there are no active cases reported in the country.
New Zealand’s Prime minister Jacinda Arden announced that the country has eradicated COVID-19 normal activites will return after the last known infected person recovered, according to a NPR report
People in the country will be able to return to work, school, sport events and domestic travel without restraint, but borders will remain closed.
Jacinda Arden told reporters she “did a little dance” for her daughter, Neve, who turns 2 years older later this month, after she heard the news.
“Today (Monday), I can announce that Cabine has agreed, that we will now move to Level 1 to get our economy back to normal again. And we will start immediately,” Jarden told reporters.
“While the job is not done yet, there is no denying this is a milestone. So can I finish with a very simple ‘Thank you, New Zealand,” she said.
New Zealand saw just over 1,500 coronavirus infections and 22 deaths from the viral disease.
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