April 28, 2020

NZ Virus Free

Timothy Birdnow

People often mistakenly thin New Zealand is close to Austrlia, like Britain to Europe (at least people in America think that.) It isn't; it's 2,587 miles. That's the closest major land mass. The question isn't how did they do it but rather how could they not.

Coronavirus: New Zealand Claims no Community Cases as Lockdown Eases

There are a scant 4.794 million Kiwis in the country (the nickname for the people, not the fruit.) The land area of New Zealand is 103,500 sq mi so we are looking at 18  people per square mile. How can you NOT get control of a virus with such a low population density? These people are already socially distant.

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1 Oh Really, I'm sad because I didn't know about this. Thanks for your useful information. club penguin

Posted by: club penguin at April 28, 2020 08:40 PM (MSGVi)

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