An Auckland butcher, gas station and restaurant are the latest places to be added to the Department of Health’s Covid-19 list of places of interest.
Meat World on Waiapu Lane, next to a Countdown supermarket in Onehunga. Source: Google Maps
They were added to the list of places of interest on Friday October 1.
Meat World in Onehunga, next to the local Countdown supermarket, was visited by a person with Covid-19 on Saturday, September 25 between 1:44 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Sensational Chicken on Mount Street in Auckland’s CBD was visited by a person with Covid-19 on Friday, September 24 between 7:22 p.m. and 8:02 p.m.
The Z gas station at 150 Beach Road in the CBD was visited by a person with Covid-19 on Saturday, September 25 between 5:15 p.m. and 5:45 p.m.
Anyone who was at any of these locations during the above times is urged to self-isolate and get tested for the coronavirus immediately.
Contacts are requested to call Healthline or record their visit to the exhibition site here.
The new place of interest comes after two people tested positive on separate visits Wednesday night to the emergency department at Middlemore Hospital.
There are 66 people considered to be close contacts on the two visits, 34 of whom were transferred to an isolation ward within the hospital.
The health ministry added a number of new locations on Thursday, including several supermarkets, two dairies and a laundromat.
The full list of up to date places of interest can be found here.