Covid-19 Delta outbreak: 80 new cases in community

There are 80 new cases of Covid-19 in the community today and the South Island has recorded no further spread of the virus after its first positive case in a year was discovered this weekend. As of 10am, 34 of today’s cases had been linked – including 16 household contacts – and 46 remained unlinked, the Ministry of Health said. […]

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Covid 19 Delta outbreak: D-day for Auckland alert level phase, Cabinet meets after 60 new cases

COVID LATEST:* Auckland Hospital staff member tests positive for Covid* ‘Freaking out’: Epidemiologist after 60 new cases announced* Daughter’s heartbreaking death notice urges Kiwis to get vaccinated rather than send flowers* Covid deniers and anti-vaxxers: What these doctors say to their unvaccinated patients* Government secures 60,000 supply of Covid-19 treatment pill The Delta outbreak has seen infected people hospitalised at […]

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Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Derek Cheng – Level 3 in Northland until Christmas? Brace for that possibility

ANALYSIS: There’s a chance Northland might be in lockdown restrictions for several weeks – maybe into December – for the same reasons Aucklanders face the same fate. It’s possible that won’t happen, but Northland should at least brace for that possibility, even though it seems counter-intuitive because there aren’t any known cases there at the moment. While information is patchy, […]

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CU eyes on Colorado parents, students in high stakes presidential search

Colorado parents and students who are questioning the value of higher education present the ultimate challenge in the University of Colorado System’s search for a new president. Dispelling those doubts will be a critical part of the president’s job, along with fundraising, protecting students and faculty through the pandemic, and enabling improvements including diversification at each of CU’s four campuses, […]

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Tay Anderson censured by Denver school board

Denver Public Schools’ Board of Education voted to censure one of its members, Tay Anderson, on Friday following an investigation released this week that found he flirted online with a 16-year-old student before knowing her age and made coercive and intimidating social media posts. But the six-month, third-party investigation initiated by the school board did not substantiate any of the […]

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