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15 people with Covid-19 have died, bringing the publicly reported total to date to 973.
A case of the BA.5 variant has been discovered at Aotearoa's border for the first time.
A person under 10, with Covid-19, has died.
The person was one of 24 people with the virus who have recently died.
There are currently 55,588 active community casees.
Two other sub-variants of Omicron have also been detected in 2 other returnees for the first time.
There are 15 people in ICU.
There are 514 people in hospital with 18 of those in ICU.
Of the 494 people in hospital, 15 are in ICU.
There are 524 people currently in hospital with Covid-19.
There are 537 people in hospital.
The update covers Good Friday and today.
The seven-day rolling average of reported deaths is 13.
There are 640 people in hospital, 23 of those people are in intensive care or high dependency units.
Of the hospitalisations, 22 are in ICU. There are 12 deaths reported today.
There are 635 people in hospital, with 18 in ICU.
The deaths reported today take the total number to 405.
There are 830 people in hospital, with 28 of those in ICU or HDU.
There are 26 people in ICU. 34 people with the virus have died in the past 10 days.
There are 11 Covid deaths today. They are in Auckland, Waikato, MidCentral and Nelson Marlborough.
There are 848 people in hospital, with 28 of those people in ICU.
There are currently 899 people in hospital. 27 of these people are in ICU or HDU.
9 people have died with Covid-19. The total number of publicly reported Covid-related deaths is 184.
There are updates on testing requirements for some flights coming in from Samoa.
There are 939 people in hospital, with 24 in ICU. Ten people have unfortunately died.
Eight people with Covid-19 died yesterday and 16 others have died in the past three weeks.
22 people are in ICU or HDU, and two people with Covid-19 have died.
952 people in hospital with the virus and two people with Covid-19 have died.
This brings the total number of Covid-19 related deaths in New Zealand to 105.
Today marks the highest number of deaths reported in a single say since the start of the pandemic.