Covid-19 update – first NZ death reported

The Prime Minister and Director-General of Health are holding a joint press conference at Parliament today (PM Ardern has been having a separate one later in the afternoon).

 

Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield (who had his first day off for a while yesterday) case update:

First death from Covid-19 on the West Coast, a woman in her seventies. She was admitted to hospital with what was thought to be influenza they were well known to the hospital due to other health conditions. When she was initially treated staff were not fully Covid protected, so 21 staff have been put in 14 day isolation (that makes it tough on health staffing).

Dr Bloomfield says that in preparation for Covid all hospitals have stopped elective surgery and other non-urgent work so are running at about 50% capacity, so staffing levels aren’t a concern.

63 new cases in the last 24 hours (up to 9 am Sunday) – so this is a lower increase than for the lastt few days, but this doesn’t mean a general downturn. It could still rise again.

56 now recovered.

9 in hospital, 1 in ICU on a ventilator.

The combined total of cases is now 514.

Summary

As at 9.00 am, 29 March 2020
Total to date New in last 24 hours
Number of confirmed cases in New Zealand 476 60
Number of probable cases 38 3
Number of confirmed and probable cases 514 63
Number of cases in hospital 9 (28 total to date)
Number of recovered cases 56 6
Number of deaths 1

View full details of the confirmed cases.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern:

The first death brings home why the measures have been taken to stop the spread.

“It is critical we all stay at home to stop the spread.”

Ardern is critical of online bullying of people who have contracted Covid-19.

Some people have been flouting restrictions. This puts others at risk, and risks extending the lockdown period.

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80 Comments

  1. Pink David

     /  29th March 2020

    “21 staff have been put in 14 day isolation”

    Completely insane.

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    • Blazer

       /  29th March 2020

      ‘ so are running at about 50% capacity, so staffing levels aren’t a concern.’

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      • Pink David

         /  29th March 2020

        You what? Isn’t the entire premise of shutting down the country the simple claim that this will overwhelm the health service?

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    • Kitty Catkin

       /  29th March 2020

      Do they not have any tests at the hospital ?

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  2. oldlaker

     /  29th March 2020

    Does anyone know why the MoH doesn’t give a running total of the number of tests carried out so far but rather gives us an average for the past seven days? I’ve emailed them twice to get a total (for an article I’m writing) but there has been no reply.

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    • I thought how they’re doing that is odd, but the average seems to be increasing each day so the daily tests must be increasing.

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  3. Alan Wilkinson

     /  29th March 2020

    The first death brings home why the measures have been taken to stop the spread.

    Hardly. It seems more reasonable to ask why small hospitals aren’t better equipped to recognise and deal properly with the disease three months after it was identified.

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    • Duker

       /  29th March 2020

      Treatment is the same for influenza/pnuemonia as it is for Covid 19
      Staff protection is the issue.
      Surely they can be tested today and tomorrow cleared in a few days ?

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      • Pink David

         /  29th March 2020

        “Staff protection is the issue.”

        Let’s add this to the computer model….every death takes out 21 health care workers for 14 days, How many days until the entire health care service has no staff?

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      • Kitty Catkin

         /  29th March 2020

        No, because that wouldn’t help the hysteria and panic to spread and justify the lock down.

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    • Kitty Catkin

       /  29th March 2020

      No to Duker.

      This woman seems to have a number of health problems anyway. Her death & previous history, which is atypical of the cases here, should not be used as an excuse to keep the country at a standstill indefinitely.

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      • Duker

         /  29th March 2020

        You read my comments the wrong way . Im not saying what you think

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        • Kitty Catkin

           /  29th March 2020

          I think not. They could be tested and cleared, it will be inexcusable if they are not. I was being sarcastic about it not helping the hysteria and panic.

          One death out of 476 is a tiny %. I hope that it isn’t seized on by the powers that be to increase the draconian measures already in place. 12 people in hospital out of 476 is about 1 in 40.

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          • Kitty Catkin

             /  29th March 2020

            1 in 39.6, PDTs, if it’s that important to you.

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            • Blazer

               /  29th March 2020

              If there were 40 peanuts in a bowl on your coffee table and you knew 1 of them would give you the virus….would you eat from that bowl?

            • Pink David

               /  29th March 2020

              Blazer, how do you know you have not had this virus?

            • Blazer

               /  29th March 2020

              I have no symptoms at all….and I wouldn’t eat the…peanuts.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  29th March 2020

              That’s a specious argument, Blazer.The chances of catching it are not 1 in 40. If I knew that I had a 1 in 40 chance of being in hospital if I caught the virus, I’d certainly risk it, given that 1 in 100,000 have had it here and the odds are that I won’t get it. If I do, I do.

              200-230,000 people catch flu every year here; the chances are 1 in 20-25.

            • Kitty Catkin

               /  29th March 2020

              I in 50 (in round figures) will die of it.

            • Pink David

               /  29th March 2020

              “I have no symptoms at all….and I wouldn’t eat the…peanuts.”

              The majority who have it are asymptomatic. I ask you again how you know you have not had it.

            • Blazer

               /  29th March 2020

              why take a risk ,when you do not have to?
              Given if you caught the virus you would want to be cured of it!

            • Blazer

               /  29th March 2020

              @Pinkdavid…produce your evidence that the majority are asymptomatic…I think you are making things..up.

            • Pink David

               /  29th March 2020

              Look up the research out of Iceland.

            • Gezza

               /  29th March 2020

              There’ve been many indications overseas that some people who have Covid-19 have no symptoms, B. Also that aysmptomatic people with CV19 can still shed the virus.

              What percentage of carriers are asymptomatic?

              Dr David Buchholz: Right now in New York, we’re only testing the sickest possible people. So we have no idea. However, there was a study in Iceland, which tested [a large segment of its] population, and 50% of the people who tested positive had no symptoms.

              https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2020/mar/23/have-i-already-had-covid19-coronavirus

            • Gezza

               /  29th March 2020

              It’s one of the reasons schools are being closed worlwide … schoolchildren for some reason – probably those healthy & with strong, young, fully switched-on immune systems – are able to get it & transmit it without suffering any symptoms.

            • Blazer

               /  29th March 2020

              @Pink David…just as I thought you cannot produce evidence.Hopeless.

            • Blazer

               /  29th March 2020

              @ Gezza…Pink David made the distinction-‘The majority who have it are asymptomatic’

              He cannot substantiate that claim….and neither have you.

            • Gezza

               /  29th March 2020

              @ B

              I wasn’t trying to substantiate Pinky’s claim.

              “Pink David / 29th March 2020
              Blazer, how do you know you have not had this virus?

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              Blazer / 29th March 2020
              I have no symptoms at all….and I wouldn’t eat the…peanuts.”

              I was wondering if you really thought people with no symptoms couldn’t have the CV-19 virus or were just being a dick?

            • Blazer

               /  29th March 2020

              @Gezza…the only one being a dick is…Pink David…I accept there are many afflictions where people do not show symptoms.

  4. David

     /  29th March 2020

    Wonder which relative just returned from overseas and didnt self isolate properly and ended the poor dear early.
    Be churlish to blame the lax enforcement at the border but if the government is claiming what they are doing is saving lives then what they didnt do but could have done can fairly be blamed on them too.

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    • Duker

       /  29th March 2020

      West Coast …could have just been in a shop at same time ( A week a go) as a tourist ?

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  5. Gezza

     /  29th March 2020

    Not someone I rated in government. In fact I thought a major bullshit artist. But a reasonable-sounding opinion piece from Steven Joyce, I thought.

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/opinion/120649991/how-will-we-exit-the-lockdown

    Other views?

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    • Blazer

       /  29th March 2020

      pretty much states the obvious.

      As most countries are trading nations ,they face exactly the same problems.
      Those countries that cannot feed their own populations are in dire straits.

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    • Blazer

       /  29th March 2020

      actually Joyce has been commentating so much in the media lately ,I wonder if he is positioning for a comeback ..as a replacement for Bridges and an aspiration to be P.M.

      As a big part of the Key Govt he will appeal to the party faithful.

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      • Gezza

         /  29th March 2020

        I am wondering if he wants to be on the business team + medical expert team he’s talking about B, maybe even asked to head it?

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        • Duker

           /  29th March 2020

          Real reason Joyce is blabbing everywhere
          He didnt have a real job after politics ( so much for the real world Nats), has no special expertise in this area.
          But he cant seem to see that a lockdown will work, as reducing the numbers of contacts will largely stop the spread in its tracks, even blind freddy knows that.
          But we have to ignore the current cases that were infected overseas as we had no control on that, and people need to keep those quarantined under lock and key if they cant stay put ( no wondering off to supermarkets), should be taken to the police cells and ‘processed’ before returning to motel will be a short sharp shock
          Trouble with that approach is Cops are abdicating any responsibility for enforcement due to their ‘fears’

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          • Gezza

             /  29th March 2020

            I hope you’re right, but I don’t think it’s going to be possible to completely stop the spread. The best we can probably do is slow it down for a while. Time will tell. Preventing further outbreaks when things inevitably have to relax a bit hasn’t really been done for long enough anywhere yet to be shown to be totally achievable.

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      • duperez

         /  29th March 2020

        Over the past couple of years Helen Clark has been quoted on a number of issues. The media know they’re onto a good thing – it gets attention. Invariably there have been ‘bugger off, you’ve had your turn’ type of reactions.

        Any chance those vociferous about Clark having her say are applying the same logic and voice to Joyce’s participation in the world?

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    • Kitty Catkin

       /  29th March 2020

      I thought it was a good and well reasoned piece.

      There must have been millions of $ worth of food wasted and dumped; could the shops not have been let to sell the existing stock ?

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      • Kitty Catkin

         /  29th March 2020

        Does anyone know why the tradies had to down tools on half finished buildings ? This makes no sense.They work outside and in virtual isolation anyway, as do roadworkers. This would be the ideal time to have those things done. Thank goodness the dustmen are still able to collect the rubbish. I was in Vancouver when there was a dustmen’s strike and it wasn’t very pleasant as people had to stack up bags of rubbish and leave them there. It makes one appreciate the work that dusties do.

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    • oldlaker

       /  29th March 2020

      Joyce makes sense to me. We have to get back to work sooner rather than later. I think after a month at home people will readily accept the mandatory wearing of masks in all public places like supermarkets etc. as well as temperature tests to enter any building (as Singapore and others have done)…
      Masks alone would cut possible transmission dramatically as would continue social distancing.

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      • Kitty Catkin

         /  29th March 2020

        I agree, although masks don’t prevent people getting it. But if we ALL had them and used them properly, it would mean a cut in transmissions. Better that than being in lockdown indefinitely.

        We need to get back to work before it’s too late.

        I know someone who wears gloves to the supermarket and puts all the groceries into a clean black sack. She then spreads them on the lawn in the belief that the sun will kill the virus (this is a highly intelligent woman, a published author and former HOD) and then washes all her clothes and has a shower, inc. washing her hair. This is totally over the top, and is an unhealthy obsession, I think.

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        • Kitty Catkin

           /  29th March 2020

          The sun does NOT kill the virus; I didn’t think it did but checked it. It’s an urban myth and a dangerous one.

          If it did, there’d be no problem. I’d gladly lie in the sun for two hours if I had it and this would cure it.

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          • Blazer

             /  29th March 2020

            maybe but don’t avoid the question…would you eat the peanuts ?

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            • Kitty Catkin

               /  29th March 2020

              It’s a flawed analogy; 1 in 40 of the population doesn’t HAVE it, the 1 in 40 is the hospital rate of the 500 who do have it. So it’s a pointless question. If you mean would I go out and about as usual, knowing that if I caught it I’d have a 1 in 40 chance of being in hospital, the answer is yes. Just give me the chance of a normal life again.

            • Blazer

               /  29th March 2020

              so you are prepared to infect countless others then…very selfish,but I guess that’s a trait of ACT followers.

            • Griff.

               /  29th March 2020

              Kitty has a better than 1 in 12.5 chance of dying if she gets it .
              Over sixty along with asthma make her high risk .

              The oft repeated “it is only the sick who are going to die anyway” is pure bullshite .
              Sixty percent of Americans have at least one chronic condition; 40 percent have more than one.
              https://www.vox.com/2020/3/12/21173783/coronavirus-death-age-covid-19-elderly-seniors

            • Duker

               /  29th March 2020

              Yet they do Griff…a few are younger but are they smokers , diabetic etc .

              How old was NZs first death yet we have quite a few in younger age group, mostly returnees.
              In Melbourne first 2 of the 4 dead are over 70 ( oncology patients) , 4th was over 80 . (dont know age of 3rd one)

              The facts being against you have never stopped you before …as ‘models must be correct’ is hardwired in your brain.

            • Griff.

               /  29th March 2020

              Hello Duker
              I link to my sources .
              This is not done on modeling it is done using the statistic of death in a country with a high rate of infection and resolved cases.
              Because I know not every one can read a whole page of print in one go I will give you the important passage.

              In a World Health Organization report on China’s outbreak, the case fatality rate in people who reported no chronic diseases was 1.4 percent, but it shot up in groups with these conditions: “13.2% for those with cardiovascular disease, 9.2% for diabetes, 8.4% for hypertension, 8.0% for chronic respiratory disease, and 7.6% for cancer.”

              I know its hard for you to understand because of your ignorance ,denial of evidence and science. This is is not the flu and any one over 60 with a pre existing condition is at a higher risk of death.
              Kitty has asthma a chronic respiratory disease that means she has a 8% chance of death if she becomes infected with Covid 19. 100/8 = one chance in 12.5 .
              Most people over 60 have at lest one such condition.

          • Kitty Catkin

             /  29th March 2020

            As I said earlier.

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    • duperez

       /  29th March 2020

      I’ve seen a couple of pieces implying that there’s been no thought at all to what’s going to happen at the other end. Some political person stated it as a fact.

      It’s a perfect tactic to cause doubt, panic and distrust.

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      • Gezza

         /  29th March 2020

        It’s a perfect tactic to cause doubt, panic and distrust.

        Only amongst the seriously mentally sub-optimal, those suffering from clinically acute anxiety, & the fanatically ideologically blinded from reality.

        Most normal people with a modicum of intelligence & common sense will realise that there’ll be an intense amount of thought & discussion & work & calculations & sweating going into what’s going to happen at the other end.

        No matter what form of government countries have or where they sit on the political spectrum, all round the world the great majority of governments have plunged their economies into lockdown & debt to survive this threat & every single one of them is already guessing & trying to figure out how the heck they are going to get their countries & economies out of it & cranked back up again.

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        • duperez

           /  29th March 2020

          You’re right. Those you describe in paragraph one exist and vote, make themselves heard and are preyed upon.

          Paragraph two? Quite simply those in para one deny the government has any sense of what should be done or ability to do it. Intellect doesn’t come into it.

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          • Gezza

             /  29th March 2020

            There is an issue with our government (the 3 parties), & perhaps also with our main opposition party, as to whether they do have enough people of the intellectual capacity & clear-headed ability to bring things back to some form of fully functioning society & strong economy. Imo.

            I do not trust our bureaucrats to know their arses from their elbows any more, & “experts” these days are whoever are those who tell a government or PM what they want to hear. Pink hair & a way of saying things that probably appeals to children seem to be the principal qualifications for one of them.

            But we’re not alone in that regard – many countries’s citizens are wondering the same things about their own governments, which have been lurching along & somehow surviving up until now on a diet of on bullshit, debt, & chaos.

            I think the quality of politicians & their commitment to working for the good of the country (as opposed to their own careers, donors, or egos) these days is possibly lower than it’s been for decades, everywhere.

            But still – we have to hope that we have at least a core of competent or semi-competent politicians & senior advisers & bureaucrats who can somehow manage to ease us out of the economic hole.

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  6. Duker

     /  29th March 2020

    More breathless news
    ‘Confirmed coronavirus cases in Victoria rise to 769
    A man in his 80s has become the fourth person in Victoria to die from coronavirus, Health Minister Jenny Mikakos has said.”

    a man in his 80s, the first 2 were oncology patients in their 70s.
    What is that telling us ?

    Ireland with 36 deaths is about same population as NZ, and they have just announced a 2 week total lockdown. Total confirmed cases 2415.

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    • Kitty Catkin

       /  29th March 2020

      Two weeks is surely enough time to stop it spreading ad lib. They probably should have done it earlier, but that’s being wise after the event.

      I don’t think that it doesn’t matter than cancer victims die, my husband died of it. But it would be absurd to deny that they are not the most vulnerable to any virus (or among the most), especially at that age.

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    • Pink David

       /  29th March 2020

      ‘Confirmed coronavirus cases in Victoria rise to 769
      A man in his 80s has become the fourth person in Victoria to die from coronavirus, Health Minister Jenny Mikakos has said.”

      Did he die ‘of’ coronavirus, or with coronavirus?

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      • Kitty Catkin

         /  29th March 2020

        With, probably, like many of the Italians who are now believed to have died with rather than of it at that age.

        Thank you, PDT, for your sympathy.

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  7. Pink David

     /  29th March 2020

    If you have not seen this, I highly recommend it.

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    • Conspiratoor

       /  29th March 2020

      Interesting. What does northern Italy have in common with China? Answer…

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      • Gezza

         /  29th March 2020

        Terrible, longstanding, air pollution, & a high percentage of residents with resulting compromised lung function, according to that doctor.

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        • Pink David

           /  29th March 2020

          “doctor”

          As everyone seems to like credentials;

          Dr Sucharit Bhakdi is a specialist in microbiology. He was a professor at the Johannes Gutenberg University in Mainz and head of the Institute for Medical Microbiology and Hygiene and one of the most cited research scientists in German history.

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          • Griff.

             /  29th March 2020

            It has already been proven the guy is an idiot .
            Germany now has 57,695 cases and 87 dying a day.
            The rise in Germany’s death rate is one of the highest doubling every two days.
            In a transcript of his muttering he claimed 1,000,000 cases would mean 30 extra deaths a day.
            Out by well over a factor of 10 before the true extent of deaths in Germany is even apparent.

            But hay you are right wing trumpie you lot grab any old nonsense and believe it even when it is so easily proven dribble by a few minutes research on the web .

            “We have 10,000 infections reported (18th March 2020). 99.5% have no or only mild symptoms. Here we already see that it is false and dangerous to talk about 10,000 “patients”. They are not seriously ill. ‘Infection’ is not identical with ‘disease’ Of the 10,000 infected people, only 50-60 were severely ill. And 30 died to the present day. “So we have an apparent mortality rate of 1 COVID-19 positive case per day. Up to now.
            “The looming worst case scenario that must be prevented according to the authorities is that we would have 1 million cases and maybe 3,000 deaths in 100 days. This would mean 30 deaths a day.”

            https://hitchensblog.mailonsunday.co.uk/2020/03/an-expert-says-the-current-response-to-the-coronavirus-is-grotesque-absurd-and-very-dangerous.html

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            • Pink David

               /  29th March 2020

              All this self-isolation is making you grumpy Griff. We will revisit this in a couple of weeks.

      • Pink David

         /  29th March 2020

        It’s the most polluted area in Europe. It also has a large clothing industry with direction connections to Wuhan and the oldest demographic in Europe.

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  8. Duker

     /  29th March 2020

    A new side effect for Covid 19 that might be affecting those without major existing complications
    But not quite without any existing heart issues
    “Many were not known to have underlying heart disease. But they often had abnormal electrocardiograms, like the patient in Brooklyn, in addition to elevated troponin levels, which sometimes soared to levels seen in patients with heart attacks.”
    ““Myocarditis can likely be caused either by the virus itself, or the body’s immune and inflammatory response to the virus,” said Dr. Scott Solomon, a cardiologist at Harvard Medical School.

    The risk of death was more than four times higher among these patients, compared with patients without heart complications.

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    • Kitty Catkin

       /  29th March 2020

      In cases like that, I suspect that the heart attack is waiting for a time to happen. We have probably all known young people, or at least heard of them, who have died suddenly in this way. One schoolboy in Hamilton had a cardiac arrest with no previous signs. He was revived and his parents gave the school a defibrillator as a thank you gift.

      I knew a rugby player who died at 32 of a heart attack.

      The doctor seems to be having a bob each way.

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      • Duker

         /  29th March 2020

        medicine always has odd cases , we will see if this is more than say 5%

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  9. Conspiratoor

     /  29th March 2020

    Countdown in whangas has opened the doors for one hour twice a day to health workers at northland base. A little ironic given most of them have got nothing to do …yet

    A little baffling why our frontline health workers are not routinely prioritised for testing, until you think about the consequences of sending them home in large numbers. Best to sweep this one under the carpet

    If I go down with this thing it can only come from one source, a frontline staff member expected to work on without sufficient supplies of basic safety equipment

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    • Gezza

       /  29th March 2020

      Not true. According to Trump it will have come from …

      Your 2 front line girls will make damn sure you don’t catch it from them, c. I bet.
      But I understand your worries about them & hope they stay safe mate.

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      • Conspiratoor

         /  29th March 2020

        Thanks G. They are conflicted. They know what they need to keep themselves and their family safe. But they also have a duty of care to their patients. I’d like to wring that tosser’s neck who pops up on the news each nite to tell us there is no issue with stocks of essentials

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      • lurcher1948

         /  29th March 2020

        PG I think you and I would be put in a camp by the pimply fat young rightwing lardos who want to return to the past,the rightwingers would put up with the few deaths along the way(parents brothers,sisters ANYONE) as the right could rule AND GET RID OF THE SLG,PTPM whose actually is doing a damn good job

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  10. Duker

     /  29th March 2020

    NZ forgotten epidemics
    Diptheria cases and deaths . The morbidity was around 4% of cases…that will have Griffs head exploding

    https://www.tepunahamatatini.ac.nz/2016/11/22/if-only-there-had-been-a-vaccine/

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    • Griff.

       /  29th March 2020

      No it will not Duker
      I have had my Diphtheria/Tetanus booster shots so have you.
      What other rubbish are you going to come out with son?
      You are making an arse of your self yet again.

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      • Duker

         /  29th March 2020

        It’s you that’s the misguided slave of the computer models.
        Sweden has 100 dead and is sort at stage 1 restrictions , as decided by their medical people, the politicians not making the big decision….who would have guessed that’s their rational choice.
        Maybe their epidemiologits are saying, like other experts, we don’t the mortality rates with the data we have . And in my opinion they could say 2000 is just like a bad flu year over there and just a wiggle on the total deaths from all causes over a year

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        • Griff.

           /  29th March 2020

          ROFL
          Your opinion being based on nothing but your ignorance is worth nothing mate.
          It has been pointed out many times this is far worse than the flu.
          Wait a month and I guarantee Sweden will be locked down tighter than a fishes arse.
          https://www.worldometers.info/coronavirus/country/sweden/
          You have an issue with forward thinking You can only cope with now.
          Sad .
          Are you sure you are not a total pot head? its them who normally display such a processing deficit.

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          • Pink David

             /  29th March 2020

            “Wait a month and I guarantee Sweden will be locked down tighter than a fishes arse.”

            I look forward to cashing this guarantee.

            Reply

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