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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Countdown won't confirm if an Auckland supermarket worker has tested positive for Covid-19 - for privacy reasons

    Countdown won't confirm if an Auckland supermarket worker has tested positive for Covid-19 - for privacy reasons


    The Health Ministry's latest dates of exposure at the Countdown Westgate Shopping Centre match work shifts.

    They are from 6am to 2.30pm on August 19 and and 6am to 11.30am last Saturday.

    Countdown says more than 2100 staff are isolating across New Zealand.

    Nineteen stores have been visited by someone who's tested positive, and eight stores - including Westgate - are temporarily closed.

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