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|2020 coronavirus pandemic in New Caledonia|
|Arrival date||18 March 2020|
(2 weeks and 2 days ago)
On 17 March, President Thierry Santa has announced plans to suspend all flights into the territory as a precautionary measure, with all visitors to self-quarantine, with non-compliance to be punished with a fine.
On 18 March, the first two cases in New Caledonia were confirmed.
Out of forty tests carried out on 21 March, two cases were confirmed, bringing the total number to 4.
On 25 March, four new cases were reported, bringing the total to fourteen.
On 27 March, one new case was reported. The case was imported and brought the collectivity's total to fifteen.
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