There was one new case announced yesterday - a man in his 40s who showed up in the nation on 12 July from Africa - and no cases provided details regarding Wednesday or Thursday. There have been only three new cases, all in oversaw segregation, since Monday.
In a statement, the Health Ministry said it had now been 85 days since the last instance of Covid-19 that was gained locally from an obscure source.
The complete number of affirmed cases in New Zealand stays in 1206.
The Ministry said New Zealand's research facilities finished 2307 tests yesterday.
"Testing stays a significant piece of our general methodology to distinguish any network instances of Covid-19 as fast as could be expected under the circumstances.
"We as a whole have a section to play and we're empowering any individual who is offered a swab, to take up that offer."