The Ministry of Health have released a new locations of interest including a popular Auckland bar.
Anyone who visited Headquarters Bar on Saturday, August 14 between 11.30pm and 1.30am, must isolate for 14 days and be tested on day five and 12.
Novi Lunch Bar was previously on the list however the time has changed. The Mt Wellington lunch bar was visited on August 12 between 1.45pm and 2pm.
Those who were at the location during this time must isolate for 14 days and be tested on day five and 12.
Earlier today, a grocery store, an apartment block, a high school, childcare and several bus routes were among new additions to Auckland's locations of interest on day 11 of lockdown.
There are currently 495 events, down from 504 events last night.
Most of this change is due to the removal of events that occurred on August 10.
Northcote College was added at 8pm tonight for Tuesday, August 17, between 8.30am and 2.30pm. It had already been on the list for the previous day. A strategic dynamics class at AUT's Wellesley St East campus was also added for the same day for between 9.30am and 3pm.
The All About Children daycare in Manurewa, the NZ Tourism School on Queen St and the Manukau Super Clinic's module 1 and 2 and radiology departments were added earlier.
And several routes on Buses NX1 and NX2 between August 11 and 17 have appeared along with dairy Vmart Dairy in Auckland central on Thursday, August 19 at around 5.30pm.
Locations added at noon include Pacific Fresh Clendon Park on Saturday, August 21, and Residence Mount Terrace Apartments on Monday, August 16.
Locations added earlier on Saturday morning include several sections of the AUT City Campus - including levels of the library, the student lounge and other public places - and a childcare centre in Manurewa. All are from Tuesday, August 17, the day before New Zealand entered alert level 4 lockdown.
Nine updates were also made on Friday night, spanning from August 11 to August 17, including six bus routes, Manukau Super Clinic and a uniform shop in Wairau junction.
However, there has also been an overall drop in the recorded number of locations of interest.
Friday's Covid update from the Ministry of Health said locations of interest would be removed from the website after 18 days.
"This is because after this time, they no longer pose a public health risk," read the statement.
"This is because the risk to the community is further reduced based on the adherence to alert level 4 requirements."
People who have been at locations of interest are asked to be tested immediately and isolate at home for 14 days from the date of last exposure.
As all new locations of interest are pre-lockdown, some are listed for dates more than 14 days ago.
The new locations were added at 8pm on Friday night, 10 days after the country was first moved into alert level 4 following the detection of Covid-19 in the community.
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Yesterday 70 new cases were added to the ballooning outbreak, bringing the total number to 347, of which 14 were in Wellington.
There are now hundreds of locations of interest listed on the Ministry of Health website, most of which are in Auckland.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern yesterday announced that all of the country south of Auckland would move down to alert level 3 from 11.59pm on Tuesday.
A firm decision would be made for Auckland and Northland on Monday, but Ardern said it was likely those regions would see another week at level 4, and even two more for Auckland.