People belonging to the Mangir Church Service are continuing to test positive for Covid 19, 308 cases are now connected to this sub-cluster. That’s a total of more than 280.
Assembly of God, Church of Samoa. ServiceOn August 15, there was a joint rally attended by more than 500 people, including several other churches.
It is the largest of the seven sub-clusters associated with the Auckland Delta Expansion, with a total of 612 cases reported. Two have recovered, while 610 are active, the health ministry confirmed.
The second largest subcluster is the Berkdale Social Group, with 79 cases. The group includes Case A, a 58-year-old businessman who tested positive for the virus on August 17, pointing to the National Alert Level 4 lockdown and other contacts on Auckland’s north coast.
Auckland University of Technology (AUT) is another sub-cluster, with more than 20 cases. But the ministry has not provided the exact number, so this group does not appear on our graphic.
There are four other sub-clusters of less than 20 people. The ministry did not name him for confidential reasons. One was explicitly called “Macy’s family and workplace.”
The ministry said in a statement that 566 cases were clearly linked to epidemic diseases from another case or sub-cluster, while 46 were under investigation.
Ashley Bloomfield, director general of health, said two-thirds of the cases were under the age of 34. The youngest patient of Coved 19 is currently in hospital.
Of the current community cases, 33 are in hospitals. 25 in stable condition on one ward and eight in stable condition in an intensive care unit. One is in Wellington Hospital, the rest are in Auckland Hospitals.