An Auckland supermarket and pharmacy are the latest additions to the Ministry of Health’s locations of interest list linked to the Covid-19 Delta community outbreak.
Fresh Choice Ranui was visited by someone with Covid-19 between 11am and 12.30pm on Tuesday.
Ōtara Unichem Pharmacy was visited between 12.45pm and 1.15pm on October 7.
Anyone who visited the locations at these times is asked to watch out for symptoms for 14 days and get tested should they become unwell.
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On Friday, Waitākere Hospital’s emergency department was added to the list, after a person returned a positive Covid-19 test “some days” after being there, a Waitematā DHB spokesman said.
Anyone there between 8.14pm and 8.36pm on October 9 should isolate and get a Covid test immediately.
They must stay at home until a negative result is received, and continue to isolate until 24 hours after symptoms disappear.
“No staff have been stood down as a result of this event and the hospital is functioning as normal,” the spokesman said.
Unichem Sunnynook on the North Shore and supermarkets across Auckland were also added to the list on Friday.
They were Pak’nSave Silverdale, New World Birkenhead, and Countdown supermarkets in Glenfield, Warkworth, Lynnmall, Kelston, Lynfield, Papakura and Ponsonby.
There are 446 locations of interest in the outbreak across Auckland, Waikato and Northland.
The full list of locations of interest and visit times released by the Ministry of Health can be found below.
This list can be viewed in two ways: Date of visit (locations added today have the word NEW beside them) or, if you switch the toggle to Date included, newly added locations appear at the top of the list.
If you were at a location of interest at one of the specified times, you will likely need to self-isolate and be tested. Follow the instructions for that location on the Ministry of Health website and call Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for advice on testing.
This list is automatically updated as soon as locations of interest appear on the Ministry of Health website.