Covid-19 更新:新增 3095 例病例,20 人因病毒死亡

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过去一周,新西兰报告了 3095 例新的 Covid-19 病例,另有 20 人死于该病毒。

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9 月 17 日星期日午夜,有 186 例住院病例,其中 2 例在重症监护室。

新病例的 7 天滚动平均值为 426 例。

上周 Te Whatu Ora 报告新增 3458 例病例,另有 15 例死亡


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