New Zealand has two new cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation

All cases are in managed isolation.
All cases are in managed isolation. Photo credit: Getty

There are two new cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation the Ministry of Health announced on Saturday.

It brings New Zealand's active cases to 22 and confirmed case total to 1212. 

It has been 92 days since the last case of COVID-19 was caught locally from an unknown source, and no one in New Zealand is hospitalised with the virus.

Both of Saturday's cases are women who were travelling together. They are both in their 20s and arrived from Pakistan via Dubai on 27 July. They had been in isolation at the Sudima in Rotorua but are now being transferred to the quarantine facility in Auckland. 

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