There are no new community COVID-19 cases in New Zealand for the 22nd day in a row, the Ministry of Health has revealed.
Eight more cases have been detected in managed isolation and quarantine (MIQ) facilities, however, along with one historical case who isn't considered to be infectious.
Of these cases, all but one flew to New Zealand via the United Arab Emirates. The other arrived here from the UK via Singapore.
There have been four more recoveries, meaning the number of active cases in New Zealand now stands at 63, while the total number of confirmed cases increases to 2106.
The most recent cases of coronavirus in the community emerged on February 28.
The people - Cases M and N - were household contacts of one of the families linked to the Papatoetoe High School outbreak.