New Zealand coronavirus: Four cases confirmed in one household

New Zealand is no longer virus free, with four cases confirmed from one household in Auckland.The cases have no known source and authorities are working to figure out where the family contracted coronavirus.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced Auckland would return to stage three restrictions for three days starting from midday tomorrow.
The rest of the country will return to stage two for thee days until midnight Friday.
“I know this information will be difficult to receive,” she said.
“We hoped we would not be in this position again.”
The cases had no connection to overseas travel.
The first case confirmed was a person in their 50s who presented to their GP with symptoms yesterday.
Health Minister Dr Ashley Bloomfield said authorities sprung into action and tested the rest of the family.
Of the six other family members tested, three tested positive and the others returned negative results.
He said close contacts were being tested and had gone into self-isolation.
Dr Bloomfield said it was inevitable the virus was going to return to the country.
“The cases are a wake up call for any complacency that may have set in,” he said.