Covid-19: Places of curiosity within the Delta outbreak – January 15

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Covid-19: Places of curiosity within the Delta outbreak – January 15



Queenstown Airport and a number of other places in Mount Maunganui linked to the Covid-19 Delta outbreak have been added to the Ministry of Well being’s places of curiosity listing on Saturday night. All those that have been on the Mount Scorching Swimming pools in Adams Avenue, Mount Maunganui, between 8.30-10pm on Monday, January 10 are thought of shut contacts, and are instructed to self-isolate, get examined instantly and on day 5 after publicity. Cover Bar and Madame Sundown restaurant in Mount Maunganui have been additionally listed. Individuals who have been at Queenstown Airport on Tuesday, January 11 between 4-9pm have been suggested to self-monitor for signs for 10 days and get examined if signs develop.SUPPLIEDQueenstown Airport is a Covid-19 location of curiosity. (file picture) Clients of At Thai restaurant in Queenstown on Monday, January 10 have additionally been instructed to watch for signs for 10 days. Plenty of places in Takanini have been additionally earlier added to the listing, together with Gateway Wholesale Meats, Shosha Takanini and the Warehouse on Walters Rd. In Mount Maunganui, Astrolabe Brew Bar was visited by somebody with Covid-19 twice on January 9 and as soon as on January 8. Dixie Browns, Pronto Burgers and Cafe and Beachside Vacation Park have been additionally added to the listing. Anybody who at these locations on the dates and instances specified is requested to self monitor for Covid signs for 10 days after they have been uncovered. This listing could be seen in two methods: Date of go to (places added immediately have the phrase NEW beside them) or, if you happen to change the toggle to Date included, newly added places seem on the prime of the listing. In case you have been at a location of curiosity at one of many specified instances, it’s possible you’ll have to self-isolate and be examined. Comply with the directions for that location on the Ministry of Well being web site and name Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for recommendation on testing. This listing is routinely up to date as quickly as places of curiosity seem on the Ministry of Well being web site.



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