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There were two new cases of Covid-19 reported in the Waikato region by the Ministry of Health on Sunday.
One was from Hamilton and one from Ōtorohanga.
The ministry, in its daily update at 1pm, said one case was a known contact of previous cases and already in isolation.
“Public health will today investigate links for the second case.
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“A third case, reported [on Saturday], is being added to our official case numbers [on Sunday].”
It brings the total number of active cases for the region to 72: 34 in Hamilton; 19 in Kihikihi/Te Awamutu; 15 in Ōtorohanga; 4 in Ngāruawāhia; 2 in Kāwhia and 1 in Te Kūiti.
There are six pop-up and dedicated testing sites operating across Hamilton, Huntly, Ōtorohanga and Te Awamutu on Sunday.
“We are encouraging anyone in these areas with Covid-19 symptoms to seek a test,” the ministry said.
There was one location of interest identified in Hamilton on Saturday.
Both Covid-19 patients in Waikato Hospital on Saturday had now been discharged and no new cases had been admitted, the ministry figures showed on Sunday.
There have now been 156 community cases of Covid-19 in Waikato and 68 of those have recovered.
There were 33,867 first and second Covid-19 vaccine doses administered around the country on Saturday.
It included 7401 first doses and 26,466 second doses.
To date, 89 per cent of eligible New Zealanders aged 12 and over have had their first dose and 78 per cent were fully vaccinated.
In the Waikato District Health Board region, 313,820 people had first doses, that’s 88 per cent of the eligible population.
A total of 270,091 people had their second dose which means 76 per cent of the DHB region is now fully vaccinated.
Waikato DHB reminded people it had been three weeks since Super Saturday when 10,279 people turned up to get their vaccination and more than 4000 had their first doses.
It is now time for people to get their second shot at any of the vaccination clinics. People could find a walk-in vaccination clinic through Book My Vaccine or see where the mobile vaccination units were on the DHB’s website.
Some pharmacies are also open on Sunday and people can review those locations on the Health Point website.
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