There are no new cases of the virus in the community.

There are two cases of Covid-19 in managed isolation facilities today and none in the community. 
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The person is currently receiving treatment in an Auckland hospital.
Source: 1 NEWS
One of the two cases announced today is a returnee from Zambia who arrived in Auckland on February 2 and 1 NEWS understands they were transferred from managed isolation to Auckland’s North Shore Hospital yesterday due to a non-Covid-19-related condition.
They returned a positive Covid-19 result when they were admitted to hospital and currently remain there, according to health officials. 
“Local health officials report Covid-19 infection and prevention protocols were in place and followed to ensure the safety of health care workers and the public,” the Ministry of Health says.
The other returnee is from the United Arab Emirates and arrived in Auckland on February 4.
The total number of active cases is now 66. 
The fifth community case from Aucklands Pullman Hotel, which was announced yesterday, is most likely historical and not infectious, the Ministry of Health says.
They tested positive for Covid-19 on the fifth day of home isolation after leaving the Pullman and is now back in quarantine in Auckland.
Whole genomic sequencing results have been inconclusive and will be rerun, according to the Ministry of Health.
The final 60 returnees at the Pullman Managed Isolation Facility have completed health checks and are being released today.
The facility is not taking any new returnees and will undergo a deep clean as per infection prevention and control protocols and a subsequent review of its systems will be done. 
The returnees are required to further isolate at home for five days and return a negative test on day 5 after leaving the managed isolation facility. 
The returnees are required to wear a mask when departing the facility or going for their day 5 test.