New Zealand eases coronavirus curbs on public gatherings By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: New Zealand eases regulations implemented to curb the spread of coronavirus disease in Auckland

WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand is easing back curbs on the size of gatherings to 100 people from 10, as it relaxes measures to limit the spread of the coronavirus, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday.

Authorities will reconsider the nation’s alert setting, now at level 2, on June 8, with a move to level 1 to be considered no later than June 22, Ardern told a news conference following a cabinet meeting.

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