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51 community cases of COVID-19; 2 new cases in managed isolation; more than 130,000 vaccines administered yesterday

There are 51 new community cases today; 47 are in Auckland and four are in the Waikato. As at 9am today, 28 of these cases are linked, of whom 18 are household contacts, and 23 remain unlinked with investigations continuing to help determine their connection to the current outbreak. 

Super Saturday

Super Saturday provided a huge boost to New Zealand’s response to COVID-19, with a record-breaking 130,002 people putting their arms out for vaccinations yesterday, Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said.

‘People across the motu embraced Super Saturday like their communities’ lives depended on it.  It was inspiring to witness as we know the COVID-19 vaccine is key to our efforts to control the virus.

‘Auckland did incredibly well

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There are 51 new community cases today; 47 are in Auckland and four are in the Waikato. As at 9am today, 28 of these cases are linked, of whom 18 are household contacts, and 23 remain unlinked with investigations continuing to help determine their connection to the current outbreak. 
LOS ANGELES - The attorney for Robert Durst confirmed Saturday that the convicted killer has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently on a ventilator fighting for his life. The New York real estate heir was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the murder of his longtime friend, Susan Berman, two decades ago.The 78-year-old was convicted last month in Los Angeles Superior Court of shooting Susan Berman point-blank in the back of the head in her Los Angeles home just before Christmas 2000.The bitterly fought murder trial of Robert Durst stretched over the better part of two years. The trial began in March 2020 and was adjourned for 14 months as the coronavirus pandemic swept the U.S.

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