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Its day 14 of our great and fab lock down 1/2 through here are some of my thoughts on this mater.
We have a bunch of really dumb people out their who go and play rugby, take a bike ride, go surfing or have a hug party. Not to mention what some of our Members of Parliament are saying or doing.
They will simple extend the 4 weeks to 6 or 8 weeks or more until they can be totally absolutely sure that Convid 19 is under control and the risk community based transmission is close enough to ZERO.
I know that the vast majority of KIWIS are following the simple rules of staying in your bubble and only go out when its essential.
Looking at the Government database (covid 19.govt) there is only one case reported by CCDHB that is NOT linked to travel. Also we have no clusters in Wellington. There is no apparent community transmission in Porirua or Kapiti. Very heartening news.