1941 Community Cases

12 Deaths

And it's confirmed which is a bugger they are moving to weekly reporting. For me that sucks.

Auckland - 806
Canterbury - 203
Waikato - 194
Wellington - 116
Bay of Plenty - 84
Southern - 84
Northland - 72
Taranaki - 72
Nelson - 59
Hutt Valley - 54
Mid Central - 54
Lakes - 32
Hawkes Bay - 31
Tairawhiti - 27
Whanganui - 22
South Canterbury - 11
Wairarapa - 9
West Coast - 7
Unknown - 4
 
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COVID-19 Deaths​

There are now a total of 1,962 deaths confirmed as attributable to COVID-19, either as the underlying cause of death or as a contributing factor. This is the number that will be reported to the World Health Organization as it provides the most accurate assessment of COVID-19 related mortality in New Zealand.

In the past seven days, there have been an average of 4 deaths confirmed each day as being attributable to COVID-19. This is a very sad time for whānau and friends of those who have died and our thoughts and condolences are with them.

Information on the number of new deaths of people with COVID-19 reported to the Ministry of Health in the last 24 hours, and the seven-day rolling average, is available on the Ministry of Health website. This includes information on the age band and location of these newly reported deaths.

These newly reported deaths have not yet been categorised as to whether they are attributable to COVID-19, either as the underlying cause of death or as a contributing factor or are unrelated to COVID-19. As this categorisation is made over coming days, the attributable deaths will be added to the total reported above.
 

COVID-19 Hospitalisations​

  • COVID-19 Cases in hospital: total number 241: Northland: 1; Waitematā: 46; Counties Manukau: 22; Auckland: 48; Waikato: 18; Bay of Plenty: 5; Lakes: 1; Hawke’s Bay: 2; MidCentral: 7; Whanganui: 0; Taranaki: 3; Tairawhiti: 0; Wairarapa: 7; Capital & Coast: 15; Hutt Valley: 9; Nelson Marlborough: 5; Canterbury: 41; West Coast: 1; South Canterbury: 1; Southern: 9.
  • Weekly COVID-19 Hospitalisations - 7 day rolling average: 236 (This time last week 267)
  • Average age of current COVID-19 hospitalisations: 63
  • Cases in ICU or HDU: 3
  • Vaccination status of new admissions to hospital*: Unvaccinated or not eligible (32 cases); partially immunised <7 days from second dose or have only received one dose (0 cases); double vaccinated at least 7 days before being reported as a case (42 cases); received booster at least 7 days before being reported as a case (191 cases).
 

COVID-19 Case Data​

As the COVID-19 response evolves, so too does our reporting of the outbreak.

We recognise the significance that regular daily case and hospitalisation data provided in keeping New Zealanders up-to-date about the impact of COVID-19 for the past two and a half years.

Reporting will now move to weekly reflecting that daily reporting no longer plays as an important part as it has done in the past.

As signalled in yesterday's announcement, today is the last day that the Manatū Hauora -Ministry of Health and Te Whatu Ora - Health New Zealand will publish the daily 1pm Update, case numbers and other COVID-19 related data.

The weekly figures will include seven day averages for case numbers, deaths and hospitalisations.

The first weekly update, which will cover the week from Monday 12 Sept to Sunday 18 Sept will be published on Monday 19 September.

From later this month the Ministry of Health - Manatū Hauora will be publishing each week its analysis of trends and insights based on the latest collected COVID-19 data.

This change is similar to the approaches being taken by other countries such as Australia, which is moving to weekly reporting from the end of this week.
 
This is why I dont want to debate it. It gets emotional

Less people have died in NZ in the past 2.5 years than normal, despite 1500? people dying from covid.

Perhaps that indicates the deaths by covid would have happened of something else anyway…

If we support being super over cautious and stopping all deaths, we should ban cars, swimming, adventure sports etc.

Waiting to get hammered
How about providing some.... or any evidence of the NZ response being worse than other countries
from an economic, social, emotional, loss of quality of life perspective?

Your reckons are pretty weak without that.
 
How about providing some.... or any evidence of the NZ response being worse than other countries
from an economic, social, emotional, loss of quality of life perspective?

Your reckons are pretty weak without that.
Once the majority had the chance to be vaccinated, ALL countries responses after that point caused unnecessary economic, social, emotional, loss of quality of life.

I understand my view is from my experience and others will be different.
 
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1941 Community Cases

12 Deaths

And it's confirmed which is a bugger they are moving to weekly reporting. For me that sucks.

Auckland - 806
Canterbury - 203
Waikato - 194
Wellington - 116
Bay of Plenty - 84
Southern - 84
Northland - 72
Taranaki - 72
Nelson - 59
Hutt Valley - 54
Mid Central - 54
Lakes - 32
Hawkes Bay - 31
Tairawhiti - 27
Whanganui - 22
South Canterbury - 11
Wairarapa - 9
West Coast - 7
Unknown - 4
DavidMcKay1974
Thanks for all the hours you have put in to keep us informed not to mention the brain cells that must have been overloaded during those many long days. Take some time out, come back refreshed & start a new project to keep us entertained & educated during what may well be the long days of the 2023 league season.
 
DavidMcKay1974
Thanks for all the hours you have put in to keep us informed not to mention the brain cells that must have been overloaded during those many long days. Take some time out, come back refreshed & start a new project to keep us entertained & educated during what may well be the long days of the 2023 league season.
Thank you all for the kind words.

I will endeavor to keep you up to date with the weekly updates, as I will continue to update my stats now, i aill try and find a new project, but this covid one still has a small tale to completely go away.

As someone said, it might be over for now, but it may come back with a bang.
 
So even though they said they have stopped daily reporting I did check a couple of days ago their reporting of daily case numbers to their website and zip files. I came across updates.

So here is the simple run down:

13th September - 1941 daily cases
14th September - 1537 daily cases
15th September - 1553 daily cases
16th September - 1305 daily cases
17th September - 1130 daily cases

So hopefully they'll continue to do that, and I can keep on updating my stats quietly.

Today is meant to be the release of the first weekly numbers.
 
So even though they said they have stopped daily reporting I did check a couple of days ago their reporting of daily case numbers to their website and zip files. I came across updates.

So here is the simple run down:

13th September - 1941 daily cases
14th September - 1537 daily cases
15th September - 1553 daily cases
16th September - 1305 daily cases
17th September - 1130 daily cases

So hopefully they'll continue to do that, and I can keep on updating my stats quietly.

Today is meant to be the release of the first weekly numbers.
The big question now is how many people are actually testing and reporting covid???
 
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