New Zealand: Outbreak after 100 days nothing
On 9 August, The Ministry of Health confirmed that New Zealand had gone 100 days with no community spread of COVID-19.
On 11 August, 4 cases of community transmission were discovered in Auckland. All four cases were from the same family who had no link to overseas travel or quarantine measures in the country. 12 August - 9 cases. 13 August - 10 cases. 14 August (today) - 13 cases.
The country's health officials suggested the new outbreak may be linked to these frozen goods because one of the infected patients works at a store that orders such items from overseas,
No any confirmation of this hypothesis at the moment.