More locations of interest or exposure events visited by people with Covid-19 are expected to be released by authorities today.
In its latest update, health officials identified Jins NZ Ltd in Henderson, West Auckland, as a location of interest.
• Jins NZ Ltd (Fruit and vege store inside H-Mart): 42 Paramount Drive, Henderson, West Auckland: Sat, Oct 30, 9.30am-12pm
The fruit and vegetable store is inside the popular H-Mart on Paramount Drive and has been linked to at least one Covid positive case on Saturday.
The affected time is between 9.30am and 12pm.
The shop is located among a number of eateries and restaurants on the corner of Paramount Drive and Lincoln Rd - the latter having been featured heavily on the locations of interest page in recent weeks.
At one point, 13 locations of interest or exposure events were linked to shops, eateries, supermarkets, pharmacies and a laundromat on Lincoln Rd.
Nine places of interest were announced throughout the day by the ministry yesterday - with four of them visited in various parts of Auckland just two days ago.
Infected cases visited Auckland businesses on Wednesday
• BP Rosedale: 52 Rosedale Rd, Rosedale, North Shore: 3.15am-3.45am
• Quick'n Clean Laundromat: 16 Princess St, Takanini, South Auckland: 11.50am-12.15pm
• Supa Choice Bakery: 31 Manuroa Rd, Takanini, South Auckland: 12pm-12.15pm
• Pak'nSave Papakura: 331 Great South Rd, Takanini, South Auckland: 12.35pm-1.30pm
The BP Rosedale gas station, on Auckland's North Shore, has been linked to a person infected with the virus there in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
The affected time is between 3.15am and 3.45am that day.
Anyone who was at the petrol station in that half an hour period is advised to monitor their health for 14 days after being exposed and to get tested for Covid if symptoms start to show.
The other three locations are all in the suburb of Takanini, in South Auckland.
A person who has tested positive for Covid was at the Quick'n Clean Laundromat on Princess St, in Takanini, between 11.50am and 12.15pm that day. The same health advice is given to anyone who was there at that time.
There was also a stopover at Pak'nSave Papakura - on Great South Rd, Takanini - between 12.35pm and 1.30pm.
While the last location is a local bakery, Supa Choice Bakery, on Manuroa Rd. A positive case was there for 15 minutes from 12pm to 12.15pm.
Again, the advice for anyone who was at the bakery at that time is to keep an eye on your health for a fortnight after visiting that location of interest and get a Covid test if symptoms start to show during that time.
The public is also urged to remember that after getting a Covid test, you must stay home until a negative test result is returned.