New Zealand added 12 new cases of new crown on Friday, Lianhe Zaobao reported on August 14. Prime Minister Aden will announce this afternoon whether there will be a change in the alert level. < / P > < p > New Zealand authorities said Friday’s 12 new cases were all linked to known cases in the Auckland cluster. So far, 38 people have been transferred to the controlled isolation facility in Auckland. So far, the number of active cases in New Zealand has risen to 48, of which 30 cases are related to community transmission in Auckland, and one person is in Auckland City hospital. The total number of confirmed cases rose to 1251. According to reports, Aden announced on Tuesday (11) that Auckland, with a population of 1.7 million, will upgrade its response level from the current level 1 to level 3 from noon on the 12th. All schools, public facilities, bars and restaurants in Auckland must be closed on the 12th, and pharmacies and supermarkets will continue to operate. In addition to workers in special industries, residents must stay at home. In other areas, the response level of epidemic prevention has also been upgraded from level 1 to level 2, and large gatherings will be limited to less than 100 people.