PHOTOS New Zealand's largest city resumes strict lockdown after detection of COVID-19 cases

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New Zealand's largest city resumes strict lockdown after detection of COVID-19 cases

Xinhua

19:22, August 12, 2020

People wearing face masks walk on a street in downtown Auckland, New Zealand, Aug. 12, 2020. New Zealand's largest city Auckland resumed COVID-19 Alert Level 3 on Wednesday for three days, with the rest of the country going to Level 2 after four cases of community transmission were confirmed on Tuesday. (Photos: Xinhua)

A man wearing a face mask is seen in downtown Auckland, New Zealand, Aug. 12, 2020. New Zealand's largest city Auckland resumed COVID-19 Alert Level 3 on Wednesday for three days, with the rest of the country going to Level 2 after four cases of community transmission were confirmed on Tuesday.

A man wearing a face mask rides a bicycle on a street in downtown Auckland, New Zealand, Aug. 12, 2020. New Zealand's largest city Auckland resumed COVID-19 Alert Level 3 on Wednesday for three days, with the rest of the country going to Level 2 after four cases of community transmission were confirmed on Tuesday.

Photo taken on Aug. 12, 2020 shows a general view of Auckland in New Zealand. New Zealand's largest city Auckland resumed COVID-19 Alert Level 3 on Wednesday for three days, with the rest of the country going to Level 2 after four cases of community transmission were confirmed on Tuesday.

People line up in front of a supermarket in downtown Auckland, New Zealand, Aug. 12, 2020. New Zealand's largest city Auckland resumed COVID-19 Alert Level 3 on Wednesday for three days, with the rest of the country going to Level 2 after four cases of community transmission were confirmed on Tuesday.

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