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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    A burgeoning list of contacts and exposure sites linked to the Covid-19 outbreak is ever-growing

    A burgeoning list of contacts and exposure sites linked to the Covid-19 outbreak is ever-growing


    The Ministry of Health has identified more than 500 locations which have been visited by cases at specific times.

    Roughly 470 sites are in Auckland and two dozen are in Wellington - while a handful are across the Coromandel.

    Waimahia Intermediate School in Auckland's Clendon Park has become the eleventh school linked to the cluster.

    Other new locations include a Silverdale pharmacy, Katsubi West City and three places at AUT's city Campus.

    By 9am yesterday, more than 24-thousand contacts had been identified and 71 per cent have had a test.

    Locations of interest are automatically updated every two hours on the Health Ministry's website.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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