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Coronavirus: The story of New Zealand’s Covid-19 lockdown, in graphs

Empty streets and lonely walks became a norm under NZ's lockdown. Photo: David White/Stuff

How we vanquished the virus - but we’re not as unique as we thought.

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The daily ritual of the 1pm press conference to announce the number of new Covid-19 cases in New Zealand is likely nearing an end.

The updates - a record of the nation’s progress in fighting Covid-19 - has made amateur data scientists of many of us.

What have we learned?

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