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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    There are now 21 locations of interest linked to New Zealand's three new community Covid-19 cases

    There are now 21 locations of interest linked to New Zealand's three new community Covid-19 cases


    Anyone who visited McDonald's Drury on February 6 between 7 and 8.15am should stay home and get tested immediately.

    In New Plymouth, people who were at: Te Rewarewa Bridge in Fitzoy, Pukekura Park, Egmont Regional Park, and Back Beach should monitor their health for the next 14 days, and if symptoms occur, contact Healthline.

    Those who went to Sumela Kebab, Amber Court Hotel, Cycle Inn, Puke Ariki Library and Museum, or Pizza Hut New Plymouth at the same time and date should stay at home and get tested immediately.

    Anyone who went to McDonalds Otorohanga should get tested ASAP.

    People who visited Pak n Save Manukau or Chemist Warehouse Westfield Manukau should get a test on February 17.

    Those who went to the Ranfurly Superette and Bunnings stores at Manukau, Takanini or Botany at the same time should stay home and get tested on February 18.

    Other locations include BP stations on Breakwater Road New Plymouth and in Papakura, the GAS station in Piopio, and the Southern Motorway McDonalds.

    There are full details on the government's Covid-19 website - covid19.govt.nz

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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