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Covid-19: Locations of interest in Delta outbreak – November 26

Whakatāne Hospital has been named as a location of interest linked to the Covid-19 Delta outbreak.

The Bay of Plenty hospital’s emergency department was listed by the Ministry of Health between 2pm and 6.15pm on November 21.

The acute care unit in the hospital was also named between 5pm on November 21 and 2pm on November 22.

Anyone who was at the locations should immediately self-isolate and test.

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A Westpac ATM in New World Westend, Rotorua, Four Square Coopers Beach, and Unichem Cherrywood Pharmacy Otumoetai have also been listed.

A petrol station in Rotorua and a public swimming pool in Kaitāia were listed as locations earlier Friday.

Anyone who visited Mobil Te Ngae, located at 238 Te Ngae Road, Ngapuna, Rotorua, on November 19 between 6:32 am and 8:02 am should self-monitor for symptoms of Covid-19 and get tested if they develop.

Earlier, the Kaitāia Town Swimming Pool was reported as a location where a person positive with Covid-19 had visited on November 16.

There are now 194 locations linked to the outbreak across the country.

Earlier, Fresh Choice supermarket in Ruakākā, Bakehouse bakery in Tāneatua and the Gull Landing petrol station in Whakatāne were added to the list.

Anyone who has visited a marked location of interest is advised to self monitor for symptoms and get tested if they develop. (File photo)

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Anyone who has visited a marked location of interest is advised to self monitor for symptoms and get tested if they develop. (File photo)

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.



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