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Outbreak of Covid 19 Delta: Are there more community cases in Auckland?

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Health officials will reveal if there are more cases in the Covid-19 community. This was an outbreak in Auckland one day after the new Delta case fell to one figure.

The Ministry of Health will provide the latest information on the outbreak in a press release around 1 pm. Auckland citizens are enjoying their first weekend at level 3 after being blocked for over a month.

Yesterday, there were only nine new cases in the community. Thirteen people were hospitalized, three were hospitalized in the ICU, and the total number of cases that occurred on Friday reached 1031, with 902 currently recovering.

Earlier today, after visiting the emergency department at Waitakere Hospital on Friday, it was revealed that a person tested positive for Covid-19.

Waitematā DHB said patients were properly shed upon arrival and placed elsewhere for patients with Covid-19 symptoms.

“Patients in this area are isolated from each other. After a positive Covid-19 test, they were transferred to a negative pressure chamber and discharged to MIQ.”

A DHB spokesperson said a small number of patients were also properly flushed to the same area, and these patients were monitored and tested, but had no direct contact with other patients.

“A small number of staff are in contact with patients, all wear full PPE and are fully vaccinated. Proper use of PPE and protocols for infection and prevention and management consider the risk to staff to be low. increase.”

They said the Auckland Regional Public Health Service advised DHB that the overall risk of exposure was low.

Yesterday, the ministry confirmed Caingaora Apartments Parnell, NS BP Connect And today, more supermarkets have been added as places of interest in southern and eastern Auckland.

People infected with Covid-19 Kainga Ora Apartments in Cracroft St Last weekend, September 18th, from 8am to 8pm next Monday.

People at the location will be asked to self-monitor their symptoms for 14 days and, if they do appear, be examined and stay at home.

Previous updates include Covid-19 people who were shopping at Countdown Mangere East Wednesday, the first day of alert level 3.

Affected individuals stayed in a supermarket for 45 minutes on the first day of Auckland and fell to alert level 3 from 9am to 9:45 am.

Countdown mount Eden This is also an interesting place after a positive case arrives between noon and 1:00 pm on Sunday.

In a 10 am update on Saturday, the ministry said there was no new place of interest to reveal.

New location added on Friday:

•• Kainga Ora Apartments Parnell: 9 Cracroft Street, Parnell
•• Countdown Botany Downs: Cnr Te Irirangi and Ti Rakau Drives, Botany Downs
•• Countdown Manguere Mall: Birder Drive, Manguere
•• BP Connect Weymouth Manurewa: 199 Weymouth Road, Manurewa
•• Countdown Mount Eden: Corner Valley Road and Dominion Road, Mount Eden

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Pak’n Save Māngere: The corner of Bader Drive and Orly Ave, Māngere

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Countdown Māngere East: 359 Massey Rd, Māngere

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Taiping Asian Supermarket: 16 Bishop Dunplace, Flat Bush

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Fresh Veggie Mart: 6 Yates Rd, Māngere East

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Unichem Māngere Pharmacy: 12 Waddon Place, Māngere

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Pak’nSave Ormiston: 1 Bellingham Rd, Flat Bush

Outbreak of Covid 19 Delta: Are there more community cases in Auckland?

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