UPDATE: Today marks the 13th consecutive day New Zealand has reported no new cases of COVID-19.
"This is good news," says Director-General Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield.
He says we are in a privileged position.
"New Zealand is in the position that many countries envy internationally."
The total number of confirmed cases remains at 1154.
There are no additional deaths and no one is in hospital.
Ashley says there remains one active case in NZ.
Yesterday, 2649 tests were processed, bringing the total number of test processed to date to 286,174.
Ashley says the international situation is still serious, with June 1 the day with the most cases reported in a single day worldwide - more than 6.3 million cases.
"If we want to stay in a good position here, we can't act as if it's all over globally."
He says New Zealand is learning from other countries about the potential for safely reopening borders while preventing outbreaks of the virus.
He says his message for businesses that are not routinely using contact tracing with an app or similar measures was to "get with the programme".
He says the ministry is considering implementing a requirement for businesses to do so.
New Zealand now has 12 days of zero new cases of COVID-19.
Will the trend continue?
Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield will be delivering the latest update on the COVID-19 response at 1pm.
SunLive will provide updates throughout the afternoon for those who can't tune into the livestream above.
What we know so far
On Wednesday, Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield delivered the news that NZ has had no new cases of COVID-19 for 12 days the latest update on the coronavirus situation in New Zealand.
"There are no new cases to report. This is now our 12th consecutive day of no new cases," he said at a live media update in Wellington.
"There is just one active case."
Ashley says there are no cases which require hospital care.
New Zealand's total number of confirmed cases remains at 1504.
"We still have probable cases and the total number remains at 1154."
On Tuesday, laboratories carried out 1262 tests.
The total number of test carried out to date is now 283, 525.