Places and times where the public may have been exposed to COVID-19. Locations are removed after 14 days.
We are not publishing new locations of interest
In Omicron Phase 3, we will not publish new locations of interest.
Case investigations will instead be focused on high-risk locations and household contacts.
- If someone in your household tests positive, they should tell you.
- Many people who test positive will complete our online COVID-19 contact tracing form.
- Our contact tracing team may get in touch with you if you are a high-risk contact (for example, you have visited a hospital or aged care facility).
If you develop COVID-19 symptoms you should get a test immediately.
Using the NZ COVID Tracer app is still important to help you identify where you have been and who you need to tell if you test positive for COVID-19. Even if your contacts do not have to isolate, they should still be told so they can make decisions for themselves.
Keep your Bluetooth on – notifications will be sent to people who have been close to someone with COVID-19.
View more information:
- Omicron in the community what it means for you
- COVID-19 symptoms
- Advice for people with COVID-19
- Information for household and close contacts
- Find a testing location
- Section 70 public health orders
This information is also available through an API.
Notification of events
Wherever possible notifications are sent through the NZ COVID Tracer and Rippl apps to people who have scanned into public locations of interest.