That is an increase of 31 people warded in hospitals compared with Monday. The number requiring oxygen support is three more than on Monday, although the number in the ICU has fallen by one.
There were two Covid-19 deaths reported yesterday, although the Ministry of Health did not provide further details in its daily update.
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New Aussie PM won't be taking softer stance on China
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It was the end of 2019, welcoming the year 2020 when I told myself that it would be a great year
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