83 new Covid-19 community cases, 511 in total | nzherald.co.nz

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There are 83 Covid community cases today, taking the total cases in the outbreak to 511. The number is similar to the total reported yesterday – and officials and experts will be hoping this signals that the country’s Delta outbreak might be at a plateau.

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