A shop in Ngāruawāhia has been named as a location of interest after a person with Covid-19 was there two days ago.
SuperValue Ngāruawāhia, at 150 Great South Rd, Ngāruawāhia is linked to a positive case who was there between 5.30pm and 7.40pm on Saturday.
It is also the latest anyone with the virus has been out and about in the community anywhere in the country.
Anyone who was there during that time is told to monitor their health for 14 days after being exposed and to get a Covid test if symptoms start to develop.
It comes after the Waikato town recorded its first Covid case, confirmed by health officials last night.
Several locations and exposure events have also been revealed in Kāwhia, Hamilton and a supermarket in South Auckland.
• Kāwhia General Store: 29 Jervois St, RD1 Kāwhia. Sat, Oct 23, 7am-6pm
• Kāwhia Hotel: 811 Pouewe St, RD1, Kāwhia: Mon, Oct 25, 4pm-7pm
• SuperValue Ngāruawāhia: 150 Great South Rd, Ngāruawāhia: Sat, Oct 30, 5.30pm-7pm
• Pak’nSave Clendon Park: 16 Robert Ross Place, Clendon Park, South Auckland. Weds, Oct 27, 10am-12pm
• Countdown Nawton: Corner of Grandview Drive and Hyde Ave, Hamilton (twice) Sat, Oct 23, 4.37pm-5.53pm and Thurs, Oct 28, 4.49pm-5.49pm
• Melville Price Cutter: 17 Bader St, Hamilton. Thurs, Oct 28, 11.50am-12.29pm
• Kiwi Fresh Hamilton: 15 Bader St, Hamilton. Thurs, Oct 28, 11.16am-11.55am
• Kāwhia Motors: 709 Pouewe St, RD1, Kāwhia. Fri, Oct 22, 7am-11.45am
• Oparau Roadhouse: 4370 Kāwhia Rd, RD8, Te Awamutu. Sun, Oct 24, 7am-11.45pm
In yesterday’s updates, people who were at a laundromat facility in West Auckland are being told to self isolate after the business was exposed to a person infected with Covid-19.
The Wash’n Save Laundromat on the corner of Swanson Rd and Armada Drive in Ranui, West Auckland, was visited by a person with the virus just over a week ago on Sunday, October 24.
The person was there for two hours that afternoon between 3pm and 5pm.
“Self-isolate for 14 days after you were exposed at this location of interest,” the Ministry of Health says.
“Test immediately and five and 12 days after you were exposed.”
Members of the public who were there during those two hours are also being urged to record their visit on the ministry’s website or to call Healthline on 0800 611 116 so contact tracers can get in touch.
The Wash’n Save is the second laundromat to be visited by a Covid positive case that has then resulted in advice for members of the public to self-isolate, in recent weeks.
The Socials Laundromat on Tironui Rd in Takanini, South Auckland, was linked to a person with Covid-19 just over two weeks ago on Saturday, October 16.
Members of the public who were there that day, between 7pm and 9pm, were advised to self-isolate and get tested immediately.
More places of interest are expected to be identified today after yesterday brought mostly locations or exposure events outside of Auckland.
A total of nine locations of interest or exposure events were identified by health officials yesterday.
No new locations have been announced in the ministry’s first scheduled update at 8am.
• Sonny’s Takeaways: 76 Maniapoto St, Ōtorohanga. Weds, Oct 27, 6.45pm-7.30pm
• Jaques Four Square: 1 Kaiwaka-Mangawhai Rd, RD5, Wellsford: Tues, Oct 19, 8.45am-10am
• Wash’n Save Laundromat Ranui
• The Warehouse Whāngārei: 42 Port Rd, Whāngārei. Weds, Oct 20, 9.05am-10.15am
• Four Square Fairfield: 1030 Heaphy Terrace, Fairfield, Hamilton. (twice) Weds, Oct 27, 9am-9.25am and Mon, Oct, 25, 2.30pm-2.50pm
• Four Square Hillcrest: 271 Clyde St, Hamilton East, Hamilton. Mon, Oct 25, 2.20pm-2.40pm
• J Swap Osterns Quarry: 890 Ōtorohanga Rd, RD3, Te Awamutu. Tues, Oct 26, 12pm-1.15pm
• Kaiwaka Food Mart: 1919 State Highway 1, RD2, Kaiwaka: Tues, Oct 26, 7.11am-8.20am
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