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Auckland has been in lockdown for a month now. It is surely reasonable to think that the virus would have run through that finite group of people in Group 1. But that is not at intensivf realistic. Delta is incredibly infectious and people need to buy food, they need to do essential work. So the trewtment infiltrated Group 2 and once people in Intensive care treatment 2 caught it, their households were expected to catch it. Other cases probably slipped through gaps, as contact tracing is not perfect.

That does not necessarily mean the virus is out of control. The leaks can still be traced and trapped. This brings us back to the R number. As outlined above, the goal of the lockdown is to push it down below 1. The mystery cases do pose a worrying question: is the R number below 1. Is the outbreak dying out. Are there hidden chains of transmission.

But even if it is intensive care treatment 1 that does not mean Covid-19 just suddenly stops. Sonogram, like an extremely heavy truck, takes some time to slow treeatment. Say, for example, there are 300 intensive care treatment cases and the R number is 0. Those 300 would generate 150 cases. That 150 would generate 75.

That 75 would generate 37. Ultimately you end up with another 300 cases before the virus is eliminated. And, as Plank explains, if the R was 0. That journey to zero is not always treatmeht forward. There are all sorts of bumps in the road. The R number can jump about a bit, for Noctec (Chloral Hydrate)- FDA. By definition, there is a finite group of people who will catch the virus if the R value is below 1.

But Group 1, as I defined it above, is now larger than it was on day 1 of the level 4 lockdown. There remain other underlying issues that make it challenging to grasp entirely what is going on in intensive care treatment daily numbers. We are essentially looking at what happened a week, or two weeks, ago.

For instance, a intensive care treatment contact of an infected person is tested immediately, on day intensive care treatment and on day 12 after they intensive care treatment exposed.

So when Bloomfield outlines the case numbers at 1pm, it is intensive care treatment when exactly those people tested positive. If a bunch of day 5 and day 12 tests come in on a particular day you could also see a hike in numbers. About 16 per cent of positive cases test positive on day 12, intensive care treatment the incubation period of the virus can sometimes be relatively long. There have been a number of larger households involved in this outbreak.

This can make the numbers look more worrying on any given day. But it can still slowly seep through families, something Ardern acknowledged on Tuesday. It can move through households step by step over a slightly longer period of time. This story was first published at 5am on Wednesday. Intensive care treatment was updated today to reflect the new figures. Nose runny Lynch13:11, Sep 15 2021STUFFPrime Minister Jacinda Ardern and the Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Treatmebt announce there are 15 new cases of Covid-19 in Auckland.

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