Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Raglan liquor store, Auckland supermarkets and bus rides named places of interest


October 4, 2021, Jacinda Ardern has pledged a gradual end to Covid-19 restrictions in Auckland. From midnight Tuesday, the bubbles will be able to mix, but only outdoors and with some restrictions still in place.

A liquor store in Raglan has been linked to a person with Covid-19 after a visit three days ago.

The Department of Health revealed several new exhibit events and places of interest related to people with the virus in an update this morning.

The Raglan liquor store, at 35 Bow St, was visited by a person with Covid early Saturday evening. They stayed for five minutes between 5:40 p.m. and 5:45 p.m.

Anyone who was at the store during this time is encouraged to monitor their health for 14 days after being there. If symptoms of Covid start to appear, get tested immediately.

The other exhibition venues or events can be found all around Auckland, including a number of supermarkets and bus routes.

Raglan Liquor, at 35 Bow St in Raglan, was visited by a person infected with Covid on Saturday.  Image / Google
Raglan Liquor, at 35 Bow St in Raglan, was visited by a person infected with Covid on Saturday. Image / Google

10:10 update

Raglan liqueur: 35 Bow Street, Raglan. Saturday October 2 from 5:40 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
Travel by bus 70, stop B, Ellerslie to Panmure town center: Auckland. Saturday October 2 from 11:16 a.m. to 11:31 a.m.
Travel by bus 70, Panmure town center to stop A, Panmure station: Auckland. Saturday October 2 between 11:54 am and 11:57 am
Papakura countdown: 2 Averill St, Papakura: South Auckland. Monday September 27 from 4:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m.
Manukau countdown: 652 Great South Rd, Manukau: South Auckland. Tuesday September 21 from 3:45 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Auckland countdown: 19-25 Victoria St West: Auckland CBD. Monday, September 27, between 12:43 p.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Northcote countdown: Pearn Crescent, Northcote: Rive-Nord. Friday October 1 from 4 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.
Bus ride 70, Mountain Rd to stop A, Ellerslie: Auckland. saturday 2 october

The Raglan Liquor store is now one of four places identified as Places of Interest in Raglan, after a gas station, mini-market and sushi shop were named on Sunday.

There were 29 new cases yesterday and the day before there were 33 – more than half of which were in the community despite being contagious.

Those who were at any of the places of interest at the times listed are urged to watch for Covid symptoms for 14 days after being exposed, and if symptoms start to appear, to immediately take a Covid test.

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Since Auckland went to Alert Level 3, the list of locations has rapidly expanded over a large geographic area.

It is expected that some of the locations may also be outside Auckland after an outbreak was discovered in Waikato over the weekend. Cases have been found in Hamilton and Raglan.

However, not all possible exposure incidents will be published. Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson told TVNZ this morning that some of the places of interest around Hamilton had instead been named “exhibition events”.

This was because anyone connected to that place of interest – for example, a workplace – could be identified.


Locations added yesterday include Zest Apartments in central Auckland, Farro in Mt Eden, Pak’n’Save in Henderson, a dairy and McDonald’s in Wairau Valley, a gas station in Albany and a supermarket in Ōtāhuhu.


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