Kia Ora New Zealand, Today, we have had to make some changes to the way we are tracking and mapping the counts in Covid-19 cases. As per the data from Ministry of Health (MoH) website, we will map the phenomena based on District Health Board (DHB) regions. The number of recovered cases has now risen to 27 which sounds good, which means positive news is consistent since yesterday. Another Kudos to all the medical and related industries staff who are working day & night to support and care for those affected. The total cases are now 283, out of which 262 are confirmed while 21 are still probable). Shown above is an updated map infographic that reflects the change in Covid-19 cases across New Zealand. #covid19 #coronavirus #newzealand #canterbury #auckland #southland #otago #westcoast #nelson #tasman #marlborough #wellington #manawatu #hawkesbay #taranaki #waikato #gisborne #northland
Inferences: Out of the 20 DHBs across New Zealand, Tairawhiti and Whanganui are the only two which have no reported Covid-19 cases as of 26 March 2020. At 43, Auckland has the highest number of confirmed cases, followed by the Capital & Coast DHB at 35.
Note: Data has been sourced from www.health.govt.nz. This map & info-graphic has been prepared based on data from 26 March 2020. The stats might change after today's announcements by the government, if any. To get actual/reliable information please visit www.health.govt.nz. For your safety, we request you to kindly follow instructions from the New Zealand government.