A whole country crossing 100 days without community transmission of Covid-19 has to be good news for the world in these turbulent times. New Zealand achieved this important milestone on June 8th. There are ten cases of travelers to different parts of the world in managed isolation. Such strict, systematic measures have enabled the authorities to even detect what is termed a historical case – an asymptomatic person testing positive a month after completing managed isolation. Meanwhile, in Australia, authorities are racing to trace the origin of a highly contagious variant detected in Melbourne.

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