New Zealand officials have confirmed the country has ended its 100-day virus free after four members of the same family test positive for the virus.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced the cases of community transmission on Tuesday.
It comes despite strict controls on New Zealand’s borders.
The last case of community transmission was detected on 1 May, days after the country started easing its lockdown.
Sunday was the fourth day in a row that no new cases of Covid-19 were reported.
The total number of active cases in the country remained at 23, all in managed isolation.
With these 4 new cases, New Zealand has now 27 active Covid-19 cases.
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