Today we are reporting 7,423 community cases and 411 current hospitalisations.
The seven-day rolling average of community case numbers today is 6,114.
We are sadly reporting the deaths of 19 people with COVID-19. Eighteen of these deaths occurred in the past seven days, and one occurred on 2 June 2022.
- COVID-19 Cases in hospital: total number 411: Northland: 4; Waitematā: 88; Counties Manukau: 38; Auckland: 58; Waikato: 30; Bay of Plenty: 9; Lakes: 19; Tairāwhiti: 1; Hawke’s Bay: 11; Taranaki: 10; Whanganui: 2; MidCentral: 19; Wairarapa: 6; Hutt Valley: 13; Capital and Coast: 27; Nelson Marlborough: 13; Canterbury: 35; South Canterbury: 2; West Coast: 2; Southern: 24.
- Weekly COVID-19 Hospitalisations - 7 day rolling average: 363. (This time last week: 353)
- Average age of current COVID-19 hospitalisations: 63
- Cases in ICU or HDU: 6
- *Vaccination status of new admissions to hospital: Unvaccinated or not eligible (49 cases); partially immunised <7 days from second dose or have only received one dose (4 cases); double vaccinated at least 7 days before being reported as a case (60 cases); Received booster at least 7 days before being reported as a case (207 cases).
COVID-19 Vaccinations administered
- Vaccines administered to date: 4,028,485 first doses; 3,981,242 second doses; 33,060 third primary doses; 2,694,327 booster doses: 264,177 paediatric first doses and 133,479 paediatric second doses.
- Vaccines administered yesterday: 32 first doses; 214 second doses; 41 third primary doses; 6,770 booster doses; 34 paediatric first doses and 319 paediatric second doses.
- More detailed information, including vaccine uptake by DHB area, is available on the Ministry website.
- Number of PCR tests total (last 24 hours): 3,692
- Number of Rapid Antigen Tests reported total (last 24 hours): 13,404
- PCR tests rolling average (last 7 days): 2,995
- Number of Rapid Antigen Tests dispatched (last seven days as of 29 June 2022): 100,000. Today’s number is not available.
Winter illness update
(This update is provided each Thursday)
- Of the 68 people in Auckland and Counties Manukau hospitals for SARI illnesses (severe acute respiratory infection) COVID-19 was the cause the infection in 12.7% and Influenza was the cause in 68.4%.
- Other causes of infection were rhinoviruses and enteroviruses (15%).
- The current rate of hospitalisations in Auckland and Counties Manukau is in line with rates seen in recent years.
- Total number of new community cases: 7,423
- Number of new cases that have recently travelled overseas: 206
- Seven day rolling average of community cases: 6,114
- Seven day rolling average of community cases (as at same day last week): 4,817
- Number of active cases (total): 42,782 (cases identified in the past seven days and not yet classified as recovered)
- Confirmed cases (total): 1,331,157
- New cases by DHB and other more detailed case information
Please note, the Ministry of Health’s daily reported cases may differ slightly from those reported at a DHB or local public health unit level. This is because of different reporting cut off times and the assignment of cases between regions, for example when a case is tested outside their usual region of residence. Total numbers will always be the formal daily case tally as reported to the WHO.
- Today’s reported deaths take the total number of publicly reported deaths with COVID-19 to 1,522 and the seven-day rolling average of reported deaths is 13.
- Of the people whose deaths we are reporting today; two were from Northland, three were from the Auckland region, three were from Waikato; one was from Bay of Plenty; one was from Hawke’s Bay; two were from the Wellington region; one was from Nelson-Marlborough; four were from Canterbury; and two were from Southern.
- Two people were in their 50s; three were in their 60s; one was in their 70s; six were in their 80s; and seven were aged over 90. Of these people, 11 were women and eight were men.
- This is a very sad time for whānau and friends and our thoughts and condolences are with them. Out of respect, we will be making no further comment on these deaths.