Two supermarkets in Te Awamutu in the Waikato region were visited by a Covid case last weekend.
The Pak'nSave and the Countdown in Te Awamutu were both visited by Covid cases last Sunday afternoon, and were added to the Ministry of Health website at 6pm yesterday evening.
Health authorities are asking anyone who was at Countdown between 2.45- 3.50pm or Pak'nSave between 1.45-3.15pm to self-monitor for Covid symptoms and seek a test if they develop.
The Awanui Hotel, located on Collard St and SH1 in Northland has also been listed for 5.30-7.30pm on Sunday.
Authorities are asking that anyone who visited the hotel at this time to self-isolate for 14 days after exposure and to test immediately, and on days 5 and 12.
The Herald has also seen an email from NZ Couriers saying they had been notified of two cases at their Penrose branch throughout the week.
The Ministry of Health has not confirmed this, but a spokesperson said in yesterday's update their approach had shifted from listing every location of interest to focusing on high-risk events.
"Low risk exposure events, such as drive-throughs or supermarkets, are no longer being reported as locations of interest because the public health risk is very low," they said.
"We will continue to publish higher risk, close contact exposure events in public spaces when they occur, such as gyms, indoor recreation centres and movie theatres."
There were 13 other events listed yesterday, including the Cambridge Apartments in central Auckland on six separate occasions, ranging from October 29 to November 3.
Jins NZ Limited, the fruit and vegetable store inside the popular H-Mart on Paramount Dr, has been linked to at least one Covid positive case.
It has times listed for last Saturday, as well as Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
The Countdown in Mangere Mall was exposed to Covid on Wednesday between 10.30am and 1.30pm.
Yesterday's additions also include the Pak'nSave in Whangarei, between 10.45am and 1.50pm on Monday, and GAS on Avalon Dr in Hamilton between 7.45-8.30pm.
There are currently 309 events listed as locations of interest on the Ministry of Health website.
Although they were moving away from listing every location of interest in Auckland, the spokesperson said they would continue to publish casual exposure events in other parts of New Zealand because there are currently much fewer of these.
They said it was important everyone continued to use the Covid Tracer App, regardless of where they were in the country.