Emergency panui (Day 27)

Emergency panui 21/04/2020 (Day 27)

  1. A patient at Tauranga hospital has tested positive for covid-19 at the weekend, 2 staff positive. — BOPDHB.
  2. 1,445 cases, 12 hospitalised, 1 additional deceased. — NZ Health Dept.
  3. Oil trading at a loss. — News.
  4. No sour cream at Opotiki NW, yeast and flour back in stock. — shopper.

Emergency panui (Day 26)

Emergency panui 20/04/2020 (Day 26)

  1. Cabinet has decided Level 4 lockdown to end 11:59pm Monday 27/04/2020 and go to level 3 for minimum of 2 weeks. — NZ PM.
  2. 1,440 cases, 14 hospitalised, 86,000 tests completed to date nationwide. — NZ MoH.

Emergency panui (Day 24)

Emergency panui 18/04/2020 (Day 24)

  1. Community Based Assessment Centre at Opape Marae today from 1:30pm.  10 tests taken, 2 hospitalised. Kia ora Te Whanau. — T. F. Hillier.
  2. 1,422 cases total, 867 recovered, 20 hospitalised. — NZ Health Dept.
  3. Prime Minister Henry Puna has declared the Cook Islands “a COVID-19 free zone”, however the county remains in Code Yellow for the time being. Almost 900 COVID-19 tests have been sent to the laboratory in New Zealand and all have come back with negative results. As a result of this, some restrictions have been lifted. — Cook Islands Govt.

Emergency panui (Day 23)

Emergency panui 17/04/2020 (Day 23)

  1. CBAC covid testing and flu jabs at Opape marae apopo 1:30 – 3:30pm. — T. F. Hillier.
  2. 1,409 cases, 14 hospitalised, 2 additional deceased nationwide. — NZ Health Dept.

Emergency panui (Day 22)

Emergency panui 16/04/2020 (Day 22)

  1. Pop-up covid-19 assessment centre at Opape Marae, Saturday 18th April 1:30pm – 3:30pm. Will be in the carpark.  — T. F. Hillier.
  2. 1,401 cases, 12 hospitalised, 16 ‘clusters’ nationwide. — NZ D-G Health.
  3. Tirohanga Store hours now 8am – 4pm, closed Saturdays.
  4. Te Whanau a Apanui check point at Hawai successful in reducing inflow, only 10 people turned back in last few days. — Opotiki News.

Emergency panui (Day 21)

Emergency panui 15/04/2020 (Day 21)

  1. 1,386 cases, 13 hospitalised, 16 “clusters” nationwide. — NZ D-G Health.
  2. Wuhan virology centre may be origin of outbreak. — Washington Post.
  3. US to suspend funding of WHO. — Pres. Trump.
  4. Cabinet ministers and CEOs to take 20% pay cut for 6 months. — NZ PM.

Emergency panui (Day 20)

Emergency panui 14/04/2020 (Day 20)

  1. 1,366 cases, 15 hospitalised, 4 additional deceased nationwide.  “Low threshold for testing.” — NZ D-G of Health.

Emergency panui (Day 19)

Emergency panui 13/04/2020 (Day 19)

  1. 1,349 cases, 15 hospitalised, 1 additional deceased nationwide. — NZ Health Dept.
  2. Bagged rubbish only to recycling centre. — ODC.