(MENAFN) New Zealand registered 12 new coronavirus infections on Thursday, October 1, all seen in segregation managed and imported from abroad.
All of the 12 imported infections have been transferred to special quarantine facilities. There are no new infections in the community, according to the Health Ministry.
Ten of these infections arrived from India on September 26 on flight AI 1354 and were diagnosed around day 3 of their time in managed isolation, said a ministry report.
He added, “We can report that cases are scattered all over the aircraft on their flight to New Zealand, sitting between rows 14 and 41”.
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