Covid-19: Locations of cases in South

 

The Southern District Health Board has provided details of the Covid-19 cases in its area.

Eleven new cases were announced in the SDHB area today, the most of any distrct health board area in the country. 

One person remains in Dunedin Hospital in a designated Covid-19 ward. 

As at Sunday afternoon the SDHB area had the second-highest number of cases (70) in the country, behind only Auckland (75). It is also the region with the most cases per head of population in the country.

The details are current to Sunday afternoon. Dunedin had the highest number (25) followed by Queenstown Lakes (24).

Details of the most recent southern cases.
Details of the most recent southern cases.

They are broken down as follows: Status, Report Date, Sex, Age Group, Location.

Confirmed 13/03/2020 Female 30 to 39 Queenstown Lakes

Confirmed 17/03/2020 Male 40 to 49 Dunedin
Probable 17/03/2020 Female 50 to 59 Dunedin
Confirmed 17/03/2020 Male 15 to 19 Dunedin
Confirmed 18/03/2020 Male 40 to 49 Invercargill
Confirmed 18/03/2020 Male 60 to 69 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 19/03/2020 Female 30 to 39 Dunedin
Confirmed 20/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 20/03/2020 Male 40 to 49 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 22/03/2020 Female 20 to 29 Dunedin
Confirmed 22/03/2020 Female 50 to 59 Central Otago
Confirmed 23/03/2020 Male 15 to 19 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 23/03/2020 Female 30 to 39 Dunedin
Confirmed 23/03/2020 Female 50 to 59 Gore
Confirmed 24/03/2020 Female 30 to 39 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 23/03/2020 Male 30 to 39 Invercargill
Confirmed 24/03/2020 Male 60 to 69 Dunedin
Confirmed 24/03/2020 Male 30 to 39 Dunedin
Confirmed 24/03/2020 Male 40 to 49 Dunedin
Confirmed 24/03/2020 Female 20 to 29 Clutha
Confirmed 24/03/2020 Female 20 to 29 Dunedin
Confirmed 24/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 25/03/2020 Male 60 to 69 Southland
Confirmed 25/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Dunedin
Confirmed 25/03/2020 Female 40 to 49 Dunedin
Confirmed 25/03/2020 Female 30 to 39 Dunedin
Confirmed 25/03/2020 Male 60 to 69 Central Otago
Confirmed 25/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Central Otago
Confirmed 25/03/2020 Male 50 to 59 Invercargill
Confirmed 25/03/2020 Female 30 to 39 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 25/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Dunedin
Confirmed 26/03/2020 Male 50 to 59 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 26/03/2020 Female 60 to 69 Invercargill
Confirmed 26/03/2020 Male 50 to 59 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 26/03/2020 Female 70+ Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 26/03/2020 Male 70+ Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 26/03/2020 Female 40 to 49 Invercargill
Confirmed 26/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Dunedin
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Male 50 to 59 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Male 50 to 59 Dunedin
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Female 60 to 69 Waimate
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Male 30 to 39 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Female 60 to 69 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Female 20 to 29 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Male 40 to 49 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Female 20 to 29 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Male 50 to 59 Dunedin
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Female 50 to 59 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Female 50 to 59 Dunedin
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Dunedin
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Male 50 to 59 Dunedin
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Female 50 to 59 Dunedin
Confirmed 27/03/2020 Female 50 to 59 Dunedin
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Female 30 to 39 Dunedin
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Female 50 to 59 Dunedin

Confirmed 28/03/2020 Female 40 to 49 Invercargill
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Male 40 to 49 Invercargill
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Male 40 to 49 Southland
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Female 40 to 49 Invercargill
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Clutha
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Female 20 to 29 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Male 20 to 29 Queenstown Lakes
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Female 20 to 29 Central Otago
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Female 20 to 29 Clutha
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Female 50 to 59 Dunedin
Confirmed 28/03/2020 Female 60 to 69 Central Otago

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