A person infected with Covid-19 was at an Auckland petrol station one day ago, another visited a beach over the weekend
The Ministry of Health has revealed a number of new locations of interest on its website today.
• Mobil Clendon Park: 447 Roscommon Rd, Clendon Park.
• Flatbush Superette: 1B Piako St, Otara.
• Weymouth Beach : Weymouth, Auckland.
• Chatters Laundromat Dawson Clover Park: 112J Dawson Rd, Clover Park.
Another four new locations of interest have been released this evening including an Auckland beach and a laundromat.
Weymouth Beach located in Weymouth was visited by a person with Covid-19 on September 26 for one hour.
Anyone at the beach from 12.30pm to 1.20pm must self-monitor for Covid-19 symptoms for 14 days.
The same advice goes to anyone who was at Chatters Laundromat on September 28 between 10m and 10.30am and September 28 between 8am and 9am.
Flatbush Superette in Otara has also been identified as a new location of interest as it was visited on September 25 between 4.30pm and 5.30pm.
Anyone at the shop during this time must stay at home, test immediately, as well as getting a test on day 5.
Mobil Clendon Park was also added to the list and was visited for 10 minutes on September 27.
Anyone at the Mobil between 7.30pm and 7.40pm must self-monitor for Covid-19 symptoms for 14 days.
• BP Ellerslie: 171 Main Highway, Ellerslie.
• Z Te Irirangi Drive: 136 Dawson Rd, Clover Park.
• Dawson Road Superette Lotto: 7/130 Dawson Rd, Clover Park.
• Allenby Park: 62/66 Allenby Rd, Papatoetoe.
The Ministry of Health has released four new locations of interest this evening including two petrol stations and a south Auckland park.
BP Ellerslie and Z Te Irirangi Drive were both visited by persons with Covid-19 on September 28.
The Ellerslie petrol station was visited between 10.51am and 11.51am while the petrol station on Te Irirangi Drive was visited between 11am and 11.10am.
Anyone who visited these two locations during these times must self-monitor for Covid-19 symptoms for 14 days.
Anyone who was at Allenby Park in Papatoetoe on September 25 between 4.30pm and 5.30pm must stay at home and test immediately, as well as on day 5.
The same advice goes to anyone who was at Dawson Road Superette Lotto in Flat Bush on September 15 between 10.15am and 11am.
• Kelston Mall: 16 West Coast Rd, Glen Eden / Kelston: Monday, September 17
A person with the virus was at the Kelston Mall in West Auckland on Monday afternoon for half an hour.
The affected time is between 2pm and 2.30pm.
The official advice for anyone who was there is to monitor their health for 14 days after they were exposed at the location of interest.
If flu-like symptoms start to show, get a test immediately.
The new location of interest is the only place identified since Monday, when a shop in the Auckland CBD was linked to a person with Covid just under two weeks ago.
First location of interest reported in West Auckland in weeks
The Kelston Mall has a number of businesses around and within it - including a Countdown supermarket, a petrol station, cafe and a nearby McDonald's restaurant.
A notice on the Kelston Mall's official Facebook page said last week that businesses were "stoked" to finally be going into alert level 3 - meaning takeaways were back on the menu.
"While the main mall and shops will remain closed until level 2, a number of the surrounding eateries will be operating contactless takeaways collections."
Members of the public were reminded to wear a mask and maintain social distancing when collecting their food.
The shopping complex is the first location of interest identified in West Auckland in weeks.