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Congratulations ?? ? Great Job! @minhealthnz #NewZealand— Dr. Ramesh Raliya (@rameshraliya) June 8, 2020
A horizontal line at 0 for 15 days #COVID19.
USIBR nations need to reflect upon their actions, hope still there is time of return with good humanitarian interventions.
More at - https://t.co/b0ES2whWQD pic.twitter.com/VTLOn53MRc
It is POSSIBLE!!! With compassionate leadership, engaged population, quality healthcare services, excellent grassroots involvement and committed volunteers and healthcare providers, it is possible to be #COVID19 free. Well done New Zealand. https://t.co/xbEAWGuilW— Jagan Chapagain (@jagan_chapagain) June 8, 2020
I think direct comparisons between New Zealand and other countries are not straightforward for various reasons. But this does highlight what good leadership focused on saving lives could achieve. So happy for my ‘second home’ to be in this place. https://t.co/XunN7jxMQD— Prof Tanja Bueltmann @? (@cliodiaspora) June 8, 2020
New Zealand has eradicated COVID. There is NONE left.— Amir Attaran (@profamirattaran) June 8, 2020
A four week near-total lockdown and border closure did it. Painful, but they tore off the Bandaid.
We in Canada keep tugging at it, which is worse. With nearly 8000 dead, there’s no end in sight. https://t.co/THXQXhMegT
New Zealand has zero #CONVID19 cases ?— Stuart Budd ?? ?? #FBPE #WATON #FSFA (@StuartBudd1) June 8, 2020
Nobody is sick with #CONVID19 in ??
The final case was a woman in Auckland who recovered. ?
New Zealand's first case was in on 28th February.
The country will now return to near normal.https://t.co/QUL7VJAgzX
Amidst everything that's happening, piece of good news where I am— Kamadan & Leela (@SnowSpottycats) June 8, 2020
New Zealand is now 'Rona (Covid-19) free (from the initial outbreak/introduction)
No new cases for 2 wks+
No active cases left
Effective midnight tonight, complete re-open (domestically)https://t.co/2WTDpDFQIv
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Amazing what happens when competent leaders listen to science. @dougducey take note: AZ is going in the wrong direction. People here are disregarding all distancing recommendations & acting like COVID never existed. Our cases keep going going up. https://t.co/6QxsJ5UBDh— LiLew (@LiLewInAZ) June 8, 2020
today was the first day of level 1 in new zealand.— Amanda Palmer (@amandapalmer) June 9, 2020
i barely noticed. i took my kid to school, made some phone calls, picked him up, and took him to the bookstore, bakery & playground as usual...
it’s hard to feel joy given the news in my own country. https://t.co/EuS0YBbwim
Congrats to New Zealand! Would be interesting to see what the next few weeks hold after lifting all the restrictions.— Hashem Al-Ghaili (@HashemGhaili) June 8, 2020
- https://t.co/vzLF50b8D8#Coronavirus #COVID_19 #COVID_2019 #CoronavirsUpdates #NewZealand pic.twitter.com/cAIACjjWRB
This is called governance - no arrogance, no boasting about 56, no invocation of scriptures, no thali banging, no torch lighting.— Veer Aftab Alam آفتاب वीर आफ़ताब (@aftabcalm) June 8, 2020
In short, world has seen the difference between oration & delivery without destroying the economy.
भाषण शासन नहीं है । https://t.co/84iXuOHIru
An island country, with a resolute leader, stands against the tide of global disaster, and with insight and brilliance, saves the day. This was Johnson’s fantasy and he has failed catastrophically, tens of thousands are needlessly dead. Elsewhere, however: https://t.co/1VzCgqbTjg— Matthew Cobb (@matthewcobb) June 8, 2020
Before you say “If New Zealand can, why not here?”, remember that the kiwis EMBRACED their responsibility and strictly followed lockdown orders.— Pawie The Wonder Dog (@PawieSharpei) June 8, 2020
Honestly now, did you? E puro Martial Law nga reklamo nyo nung nag lock down e.https://t.co/IxBpwfAFmx pic.twitter.com/IirOEMyZBP
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