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3 new cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation

There are three new cases of COVID-19 to report in managed isolation in New Zealand today. There are no new community cases.

Of today’s new cases:

One person arrived on 23 November from Germany via Singapore and tested positive at routine day 3 testing. Further testing indicates this case is historical but has not been reported overseas so it is included in New Zealand’s totals. One person arrived on 23 November from the United States of America. This person was tested at day 6 due to a person in their bubble testing positive at day 3, and this test returned a positive result. This person is in the same bubble as two people reported yesterday. One person arrived on 26 November from South Africa and tested positive at routine day 3 testing. covid-19 reports testing isolate
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