New Zealand races to find source of new COVID-19 cases
A fresh coronavirus outbreak in New Zealand - specifically in its Auckland - the country's largest city.
That's after 102 days without a known local infection.
Four new cases were reported on Wednesday, and by Thursday the number was up to 17.
New Zealanders are being urged to wear masks, though it's not mandatory.
Bars and restaurants in Auckland have had to close again, non-essential workers are staying home,
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