14 October 2021 There are 71 new cases of Covid-19 in the community today. The number of daily cases is expected to double in the next 14 days.
A new interest shows a person out and in the community on Wednesday morning.
Kingsland’s Night ‘n Day was visited by a person infected with Covid-19 between 6:45 and 8:15 on October 13.
latest update from Ministry of Health about places of interest Includes the Sandringham Superette with 10 exposure dates from Saturday, October 2 to Monday, October 11.
• Night and Day Kingsland: 384-392 Yeni Kuzey Cad. Wednesday, October 13, between 6.45 and 8.15.
This Department of Health recommends that anyone who is in this store during the specified period self-monitor for any Covid symptoms.
“If symptoms develop, get a test and stay home until you get a negative test result and up to 24 hours after symptoms have resolved.”
• Public Toilets Raglan : 5A Cliff St, Raglan. Sunday, October 3, from 09:00 to 12:00.
• Liquorland Kohimarama: 35 Melanesian Trail, Kohimarama. Sunday, October 10, between 13:00 – 14:00.
• Ashby Cafe St Heliers: 91 Ashby Ave, St Heliers. Thursday, October 12, between 09:45 and 9:50.
A St Heliers cafe was visited for just five minutes by a person infected with Covid-19. Anyone visiting the Manurewa supereat or Countdown in Chartwell during the specified time should self-monitor for any Covid symptoms.
The same advice applies to anyone present at the public restrooms in Raglan and Liquorland in Kohimarama at the times indicated.
The Department of Health has also released a number of new Raglan interests, including Raglan’s Four Squares and Super Value.
New Raglan times:
• Super Precious Raglan: 18 Bow St, Raglan. Saturday, October 9, between 08:30 – 09:15.
• Four Square Raglan: 3 Bankart St, Raglan. Saturday, October 9, between 07.45 and 09.45.
• BP Raglan: 2 Main Street, Raglan. Friday, October 8, between 15.45 and 16.45.
The current advice of the Ministry of Health to those who shop at Super Value Raglan during the specified period is to stay at home and get tested immediately. Also on day 5.
Anyone in the other two locations during the specified time should self-monitor for any Covid symptoms.
• Leabank Superet Manurewa: 106 Weymouth Rd, Manurewa. Monday, October 11 from 12.30 to 12.45.
• Countdown: Chartwell, Hamilton. Sunday, October 10, between 17.00 – 18.15.
Anyone visiting the Manurewa supereat or Countdown in Chartwell during the specified time should self-monitor for any Covid symptoms.
Meanwhile, a dairy in central Auckland has been linked to an infected person 10 times in the past two weeks.
• Sandringham Superet: 504 Sandringham Rd, Sandringham, Auckland center (10 times)
A person who tested positive for Covid was on the superset these days:
Saturday, Oct 2: 12pm-10pm
market, Oct 3: 7.30am-10pm
Monday, Oct 4: 7.30am-10pm
Tuesday, Oct 5: 7.30am-10pm
Wednesday, Oct 6: 7.30am-10pm
Thursday, Oct 7: 7.30am-8.45pm
Friday, Oct 8: 7.30am-8.45pm
Saturday, Oct 9: 7.30am-10pm
market, Oct 10: 7.30am-10pm
Monday, October 11: 7.30am-12pm
• Lawson Grocery Store: 105-113 Victoria St West, Auckland CBD
Meanwhile, Lawson Grocery in Victoria St West in Auckland city center is also linked to a person with Covid who was there between 7pm and 8pm on Tuesday last week.
The ministry had previously announced that a public toilet facility in Raglan had been visited by someone with the virus.
The toilet block on Cliff St was used by a person who tested positive for Covid on Sunday, October 3.
It’s unclear exactly when they were used, however, as the Ministry of Health gives an exposure time between 9am and midnight that day.
Anyone using public restrooms that day is urged to self-monitor for any Covid symptoms and to get tested if they begin to show any symptoms.
A number of new locations have been released in the ministry’s latest update this morning.
These include two display events at a shop in Hamilton – SuperValue Parkwood on Gordonton Rd in Chartwell.
A positive case or cases have been linked to the store twice in the past week; first from 13:00 to 15:00 on Wednesday, October 6th, and then from 13:00 to 15:00 on Saturday, October 9th.
• Countdown: 90 Great South Rd, Papakura
• Life Pharmacy: 32 Mokoia Rd, Birkenhead, North Shore
• Pak’nSave Lincoln Rd: Lincoln Rd, Henderson, West Auckland
• Countdown: Church St and Selwyn St, Onehunga, Auckland
• Countdown: 326 Great South Rd, Greenlane, Auckland
• Super Precious Parkwood: 4 Gordonton Rd, Chartwell, Hamilton (twice)
• public toilet: 5A Cliff St, Raglan
An infected member of the public was also on Sunday at the nation’s largest Pak’nSave supermarket – Lincoln Rd in Henderson, West Auckland.
They were there for almost two hours, between 4:30 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. During this time, advice to other shoppers is to monitor their health for two weeks after exposure and get tested for Covid if symptoms begin to appear.
Largest Pak’nSave-related Covid case in the country
Two attractions were visited on the same day – last Tuesday, October 5th.
The first exposure event was at Life Pharmacy on Mokoia Rd in Birkenhead, North Shore. The person was there between 14.29 and 14.45.
The second exposure that day was at the Countdown Onehunga supermarket. A customer with Covid was there for a little over an hour between 8:45 am and 10:00 am.
Another Countdown supermarket – Countdown Roselands in Papakura – is linked to a positive case that was there last Friday, 8 October, between 15.10 and 16.30.
Earlier this morning, five new areas of interest were identified by health officials, all visited in an Auckland suburb and in the past four days.
As of 8am, the number of location and exposure events linked to Covid cases currently stands at 408 locations.
• Hillpark Bakery: 75 Grande Vue Road, Hillpark, Manurewa
• Leabank Superet: 102-104 Weymouth Road, Manurewa
• Hillpark Superet: 71 Grande Vue Rd, Hillpark, Manurewa
• Kiwi Oven: 108 Weymouth Road, Manurewa
• Clendon Park car: 447 Roscommon Rd, Clendon Park
There was a Covid positive person for 10 minutes at the Mobil gas station on Roscommon Street two days ago on Tuesday. The affected time is 6.30pm – 6.40pm.
People who are there at the same time are advised to monitor their health for 14 days after their stay at the gas station. Get a Covid test if symptoms begin to appear.
Kiwi Bakery and Leabank Superette – on the same road, Weymouth Rd – were visited by a positive case around the same time on Monday.
The bakery is affected between 12.45pm and 12.55pm and the superet was visited between 12.30pm and 12.45pm that day.
Visited Hillpark Superette and Hillpark Bakery – also on the same road, Grand Vue Rd – Sunday.
A person with covid visited superet between 14.30 and 14.40. Positive cases were seen in the oven between 14.40 and 14.50 hours.
A total of 39 areas of interest or exposure were identified on the ministry’s website yesterday, showing supermarkets, gas stations, train lines, shops and dairies all over Auckland.
Labtests positive case linked to Mairangi Bay – ‘Stay at home’
The Labtests Mairangi Bay Concentration Center in Rosedale on Auckland’s North Shore is linked to a person with Covid who was there last Friday between 12:00 and 13:30 on Friday, 8 October.
Health officials are telling everyone who was there at the time to stay home and get tested for Covid as soon as possible.
“Stay at home, test immediately at this attraction as well as five days after exposure.
“Please stay home until you have a negative fifth day test result.”
Anyone present at the time is requested to record their visit on the Department of Health’s attractions page, website, or call Healthline on 0800 611 116 so that contact trackers can get in touch.
Last night’s current list
• Pak’nSave Clendon: 16 Robert Ross Place, Clendon Park, South Auckland. Tuesday, October 5, 17.50-18.15
• Lawson Grocery Store: 105 Victoria St West, Auckland CBD. Tuesday, October 5, 19:00 – 20:00
• Laboratory Tests Mairangi Bay Collection Center: 119 Apollo Drive, Rosedale, North Shore. Friday, October 8, 12:00 – 13:30
• Old Wairoa Superet: 48 Grove Rd, Papakura, South Auckland. Tuesday, October 12, 17:30 – 19:00
• AA Driver and Vehicle License Carrier: Fairway Drive, Kerikeri, Northland. Tuesday, October 5, 15:15-15:45
Kerikeri in Northland was featured in yesterday’s 4pm update; after the local AA Driver and Vehicle Licensing site contacted an infected person there last week between 3:15 PM and 3:45 PM on Tuesday, October 5th.
The advice for anyone out there at the time is to self-monitor for Covid symptoms for 14 days after exposure to the site. If symptoms begin to appear, get tested and stay home until results are available.
Train ride and shop visited by Covid positive cases two days ago
The last thing anyone in the community with Covid was out and about was Tuesday evening two days ago.
A person who tested positive for the virus traveled on a train on the Southern Line from Homai in Wiri, South Auckland, to Britomart in the city center that afternoon.
The affected time is between 16:00 and 17:00 and anyone on the train is advised to monitor their health for two weeks and get tested if symptoms begin to appear.
“Stay at home until you get a negative test result and up to 24 hours after symptoms improve,” the health ministry says.
That same evening, a person with Covid visited the Old Wairoa Superette on Grove Rd in Papakura, South Auckland.
Affected people were there between 17.30 and 19.00.
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For those in the shop during this time, the advice is the same – monitor your health for 14 days after being there and get tested immediately if symptoms develop.