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    AUT students and staff are being urged to be vigilant as the sub-cluster grows

    AUT students and staff are being urged to be vigilant as the sub-cluster grows


    There are now 20 cases linked to the university and a wide ranging area of the city campus has locations of interest.

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's expressed concern, saying people need to be especially mindful of those locations.

    AUT says it's working closely with health officials over the situation, and providing new information to staff and students as it becomes available.

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