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A managed isolation staff member visited Hamilton District Court on Wednesday while she was awaiting COVID-19 test results. Her test has returned as negative.
The Court was in lockdown shortly before 10 am after the woman entered.
She was reported to have COVID-19 symptoms and did not self-isolate while awaiting her test results.
Hamilton District Court did not let anyone in or out through the temporary lockdown.
The lockdown was lifted at around 11:20 am.
People were allowed to go home and did not need to do mandatory self-isolation as they were classed as casual contacts.
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