New Zealand, which has just wiped out Covid-19

On 8 June 2020 New Zealand wiped out Covid-19. It has no cases at all of the virus now, having had 17 consecutive days of zero results despite strong testing rates, and all existing cases having recovered. Here are some questions for you!
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Last updated: June 8, 2020
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NZ's Prime Minister, who drove and cheerled the recovery
Jacinda Ardern
The Director-General of Health who shared press conferences with her
Ashley Bloomfield
The Finance Minister who did the Friday press conferences
Grant Robertson
His sidekick on Fridays, the Director of Public Health
Caroline McElnay
Alert Level 4, the highest level, also known as...
Number of weeks NZ stayed at Alert Level 4
The text every NZ cellphone received on 25 March, the day Alert Level 4 started
Where you stay tonight is where
you must stay from now on
You must only be in physical
contact with those you are living with
Small group of family you could only associate with during Level 4
Your bubble
How Ardern described NZ's effort to combat the virus
Team of Five Million
Phrase she frequently used to describe NZ's approach
Go hard...
... and go early
Her other, repeated, call to New Zealanders
Be Kind
Alert Level 1 (disease contained), aka...
Alert Level 2 (community transmission risk), aka...
Alert Level 3 (disease probably not contained), aka
Which more populous country also has zero cases?
(It had just eight cases in total)
Papua New Guinea
The government information website
Memorial services cancelled for the first time in 100 years on 25 April
Anzac Day
All-party parliament committee led by opposition leader Simon Bridges
Epidemic Response Committee
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