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Eighty-seven people linked to the event tested positive for coronavirus following the March 21 event.
Geoff Muliaga Brown was turned away twice before getting tested.
The spectacle takes place at 8pm every night in different states around the country.
A flight from Montevideo is scheduled to arrive in Australia on Sunday.
Easter weekend has seen more people visiting the island, against level four lockdown rules.
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The welfare calls, beginning on April 7, follows a request for assistance from the Ministry of Social Development.
“[People] seem to be struggling with the definition of the word essential," one cop says.
Fewer Americans are getting on planes for fear of catching or spreading Covid-19.
The government announced 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week.
EU ambassador to the Pacific, Sujiro Seam, said 15 Pacific states and four territories would be eligible.
A health official said any risk to other workers or people shopping at the time was very low but couldn’t be entirely ruled out.
"It’s the things like this that make this the best job in the world," Ryan Ottaway said.
Surprise bills typically happen when a patient with health insurance gets treated at an out-of-network emergency room.
Those going out for a stroll appeared to be keeping to their bubbles.
Labelled as 'pirates', boats from the mainland are continuing to arrive on the island putting it's residents at risk.
The ruling Communist Party started easing controls in early March to try to revive the world’s second-largest economy.
While people are isolating indoors from Covid-19, wild animals get a chance to roam waters freely.
Alert level four restrictions meant the woman couldn't have family support at Burwood Hospital.
She died at Burwood Hospital in Christchurch.
Director of Public Health Dr Caroline McElnay spoke from Wellington.
The man died Wednesday, six days after the Zaandam and a sister ship docked in the Fort Lauderdale port.
A passenger jet from Germany's national carrier flew over Auckland this morning.
Supporters chanted and sang outside court after his release, while opponents shouted for him to "rot in hell".
Meanwhile the situation in Guam remains grim with more than 100 people infected with coronavirus.
Police say it's disappointing they needed to divert resources during a very busy time with the Covid-19 response.
The inmates involved are experienced in needlework, and all items are sterilised before they are packed and delivered.
The national carrier plans to lay off 1460 cabin crew staff as it burns through $14 million a month in crew salaries with almost no revenue.
Police are urging New Zealanders to get in touch if they are concerned or have information about domestic violence.
The real numbers could be even higher.
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