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maybe one to watch? NZ school child

Discussion in 'News' started by Corvuscorax20, Aug 13, 2020.

  1. Corvuscorax20

    Corvuscorax20 Senior commenter

    In the new, NewZealand outbreak, a school child has tested positive, so if that child has been in a school, in a country with no community transmission for several months up to this week, it might be interesting to see if they have spread it.

    Of course, just one individual doesn't mean all that much, we don't know their age, or level of gregariousness, or how close they are to their closest friends, or anything. Even, if it has been circulating unknown for a while.

    Still, it will be interesting to see what has happened at that school
     
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  2. colacao17

    colacao17 Lead commenter

    Will definitely be interesting to where this came from, given the length of time they had gone with zero transmission.
     
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  3. hhhh

    hhhh Star commenter

    Notice how their Prime Minister immediately locked down Auckland, telling people to stay at home, and shutting schools, when their was ONE family which had 4 cases.
    And yet we're going along with reopening them fully, when many people have the virus!
    Which PM would you prefer?
     
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  4. stonerose

    stonerose Occasional commenter


    Jacinta wins!
     
  5. ridleyrumpus

    ridleyrumpus Star commenter

     

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