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The Ministry of Health has worked with Auckland’s Regional Public Health to announce the locations of where the latest community case was at the time and when they were infectious.
People who were at Auckland’s Mezze Bar and Queen St Bottle shop (Liquor.com) on November 5 are being asked by the health authorities to watch for symptoms of COVID-19 after a person, who is a worker at Auckland’s quarantine facility, visited before being diagnosed with COVID-19.
The case was infectious in the restaurant on November 5 for a brunch. Anyone at the Mezze Bar between the times of 11:00 is and 1:00 pm during this day are considered as casual contacts and they should watch for symptoms and get tested if they start to feel unwell.
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The person dined alone at the restaurant, and no close contacts have .been identified at the restaurant according to a spokesperson at Auckland Regional Public Health.
The person also went to Queen Street Bottle shop (Liquor.com) on this same day for 15 minutes at around 1:30 pm. Anyone who visited around this time between 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm is also casual contacts and should watch for any symptoms of COVID-19.
There’s a number of urgent care, GP and community testing centres open over this weekend in Auckland’s region.
If anyone does have symptoms or is concerned, it is recommended to get a test, and you can check where to get tested on the ARPHS website.
The Ministry of Health sent out push notifications to those that have scanned in around the relevant time frames of each visit at Mezze Bar and Queen St Bottle shop (Liquor.com).
Patrons and staff should look out for symptoms of COVID-19 over the next 14 days. If they develop symptoms they should ring Healthline on 0800 358 5453 or their GP and be tested.
The symptoms of COVID-19 are a new or worsening cough, sore throat, runny nose, loss of sense of smell, or fever.
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