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UPDATE: New Brunswick reported eight new cases of COVID-19 on Thursday and said a section of Zone 4 (Edmundston region) is moving to the orange alert level.

To be designated at level 4, or purple, a county must trip at least six of seven alert indicators for COVID-19 spread on consecutive weeks. Last week, Franklin County was placed on a watchlist after tripping six indicators.

Japan raises COVID-19 alert level in Tokyo ahead of Olympics

New Brunswick reports 3 new COVID-19 cases. Part of Edmundston region, Zone 4, remains at red alert level, rest of province still yellow. Of the 162 active cases of COVID-19 in the province, 133 are in the Edmundston region.

Due to an increase of on-campus positive cases, the Storrs campus COVID-19 alert level has been increased to Yellow. 🟡 »

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ONE YEAR ON | Alert Level 2 of the COVID-19 national lockdown started in August 2020 until September 2020. #SABCNews  #OneYearofLockdownSA 

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NEW | No new cases of COVID-19 in N.L. as province enters Alert Level 2 #covid19nfld  #cbcnl 

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ONE YEAR ON | Alert Level 1 of the COVID-19 national lockdown took effect at the beginning of March 2021. #SABCNews  #OneYearofLockdownSA 

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ONE YEAR ON | Alert Level 3 of the COVID-19 national lockdown started in June 2020, carrying on for seven months into 2021. #SABCNews  #OneYearofLockdownSA 

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UPDATE: The UK COVID-19 Alert Level will move from Level 4 to Level 5. This means the number of cases is rising and there is a risk of healthcare services being overwhelmed. See joint statement from the four UK Chief Medical Officers ⬇️

COVID-19: UK coronavirus alert level 'to be raised to 5' - highest possible

UK lowers Covid-19 alert level in what the health secretary describes as a "big moment for the country"

UPDATE: UK COVID-19 alert level will move from Level 3 to Level 4. The number of cases is now rising across all four nations. It is crucial that everyone: ▶️ follows social distancing guidance ▶️ wears face coverings correctly ▶️ washes their hands regularly Full statement ⬇️

This morning the UK COVID-19 alert level was lowered from Level 4 to Level 3. It is critical that you continue to wash your hands and keep a safe distance from others. Read the latest NHS advice: ➡️

"It's a very strange decision to make at this point in time". Former Chief Scientific Adviser to the government Sir David King responds to the decision to lower the UK's Covid-19 alert level from 4 to 3 - saying "the number of cases per day is still very high".

UPDATE: COVID-19 alert level will move from Level 4 to Level 3. However, the virus is still in general circulation, and localised outbreaks are likely to occur. You must continue to wash your hands and keep 2m distance. Read the full update ⬇️

Mr Hancock tells @TomClarkeC4  that the Joint Biosecurity Centre – the body tasked with assessing the Covid-19 alert level – is not yet up and running.

New regulations for South Africans under level 4 of the new alert system will come into force from May 1. As we begin to ease some lockdown measures, it is vital that strict limits on movement and gatherings remain in place to ensure we continue to control the spread of COVID-19.

President Duterte: COVID-19 code red alert sub-level 2, itinaas na

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