New Zealand stamped 100 days on Sunday with no recorded instances of the coronavirus in the network however wellbeing authorities cautioned there was no space for lack of concern.
There are as yet 23 dynamic cases yet all were identified at the fringe when entering the nation and are being held in oversaw detachment offices.
"Accomplishing 100 days without network transmission is a critical achievement, in any case, as we as a whole know, we can't bear to be self-satisfied," chief general of wellbeing Ashley Bloomfield said.
"We have seen abroad how rapidly the infection can reappear and spread in places where it was already leveled out, and we should be set up to rapidly get rid of any future cases in New Zealand."
New Zealand, with a populace of 5,000,000, has won across the board acclaim for its compelling treatment of the coronavirus since shutting its outskirts on March 19.
The World Health Organization has hailed the nation for instance to others for having "effectively killed network transmission".
Since the principal persistent was analyzed in February, there have been 1,219 affirmed instances of the infection in New Zealand with the last instance of network transmission recorded on May 1.
Subsequently, New Zealanders are getting a charge out of a close ordinary, pre-coronavirus way of life with no social removing and onlookers permitted at sports and social occasions, yet with the outskirt carefully controlled and all appearances required to go through 14 days in the isolate.
The legislature has kept up the possibility of a subsequent wave stays a chance and is pushing for all family units to keep crisis flexibly packs including veils.