New Zealand has been the main proponents in controlling the pandemic in the best possible way. It has controlled the cases via exceptional damage control policies and border control measures. Rules have been widely followed by every citizen and hence the contagious disease is less likely to be spread over the course of time.
New Zealand has remained closed to everyone outside New Zealand and only special cases of foreigners have had been allowed to exit or enter the city. It’s been 77 days in total to when New Zealand had re posted its last case of corona virus and since then life has followed a pretty much normal curse on the corona free country. The cases that were reported remained in isolated ward and were under strict quarantine facilities.
The healthcare provided to such people has also been very cautiously done as it is estimated that the probability of people in quarantine spreading the virus is only 0.1% due to the care. So though there is still a chance of an infectious person being released they are very less likely to infect others.