What I don't understand is why NZ aren't doing sewage testing. We've talked about this a lot for months but we still don't appear to be any closer to actually implementing it. Considering it seems to be pretty accurate it'd seem to be a no brainer for establishing if there is infact any community transmission considering most communities in NZ should not have anybody with or possibly with Covid 19 if we are to believe there is no community transmission in NZ.
I personally believe NZ is becoming a little too cocky - unlike other countries like Australia we had very minimal community transmission even when we went into lockdown. I think we're incredibly naive to think that we'll be able to survive what will realistically be at least another 9-12 months of isolation from the world and not end up with any community transmission. The deaths in Vietnam overnight are all the proof you need that we shouldn't all be living like things are normal and that there are no risks to us.