Full list of locations linked to two new Auckland Covid-19 community cases

Source: 1News

With two new cases of coronavirus connected to the Pullman Hotel managed isolation facility in Auckland, the Ministry of Health has released a list of locations visited by the pair in the time since they left the facility. 

All visitors to these locations during the period of interest on Auckland's North Shore are being asked to self-isolate and get tested for the virus as soon as they can. They're also being advised to call Healthline for more information. 

The locations of interest where visitors are being asked to be tested as soon as possible include the BBQ King restaurant in Albany which was visited several times on 17 January between 11am and 2pm as well as between 5pm and 9pm.

BBQ King was also visited twice the next day on 18 January between 12:30pm and 3pm also between 5pm and 9pm. 

Pak'nSave supermarket in Silverdale is also being treated as a location of interest after it was visited from 2pm to 2:30pm on 17 January and again the day after from 12pm to 12:30 pm.  

Visitors to Caltex petrol station in Orewa on 18 January between 1 pm and 1:30 pm are also being asked by the Ministry of Health to be tested as soon as possible. 

Those who visited Hickeys Pharmacy in Orewa on 23 January between 12:30 pm and 1:30 pm have been advised to self-isolation while they wait and get tested for Covid-19 tomorrow.

Farmers retail store in Albany was also visited by a positive case on 24 January between midday and 1 pm. Those who were in the store during this time have been asked to self-isolate and hold off from getting tested until 29 January.  

Two Tai Ping Supermarkets on Auckland's North Shore are also being treated as locations of interest after visits in the last few days before the returnees tested positive. 

Tai Ping Supermarket in Albany was visited on 24 January between 12pm and 1pm, with visitors asked to self-isolate until they can be tested on 29 January. 

Visitors to Tai Ping Supermarket in Northcote who were at the store on Monday between 12:30pm and 1pm are being asked to get tested for the virus on 31 January. 

New World supermarket in Orewa was also visited on 25 January between 1pm and 2pm with visitors to the supermarket being asked to self-isolate as they wait to be tested on 30 January.