The Ministry of Health is reporting 12,028 new cases of Covid-19 that have been reported in New Zealand in the week to midnight on Sunday, and a further 59 deaths attributed to the virus.
The total number of deaths from the disease is now 3001.
In addition, there were 278 cases in hospital at midnight on Sunday, with nine in intensive care.
The seven-day rolling average of cases was 1713.
Last week 14,371 new cases were reported and a further 43 deaths were attributed to the virus.
Daily updates on Covid-19 can be found here
The Ministry of Health says if you test positive or negative, you should report the results of your rapid antigen test. You can only do this online through My Covid Record or by calling the helpline by calling 0800 222 478 and choosing option 3.
If you test positive for Covid-19 you must self-isolate for seven days while you recover. This includes if you have had Covid-19 before. Day 0 is the day your symptoms started or when you tested positive, whichever came first.
More information on how to manage at home can be found here