COVID-19: Contact tracing locations of interest

Locations of interest for people who may be contacts of COVID-19 cases in the community. Contacts who attended one of the locations during the relevant timeframes are asked to follow the directions below.

Last updated: 17:40 pm, 20 April 2021

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See also: Contact tracing for COVID-19.


What you need to do

For contact tracing purposes, anyone who attended one of the locations listed here during the relevant timeframes is considered to be a contact.

Out of an abundance of caution, we are asking individuals to follow the instructions in the table below if they visited these locations during the relevant times.


Current locations of interest

We'll be updating this table as new information is available.

Note: Extra time has been added on either side of each visit to ensure we reach all potential contacts. As a result of this, you will notice that some times may overlap.

20 April 2021 Airport worker

Added locations:

  • Movenpick Dominion Road
  • Bunnings New Lynn
  • Westfield St Lukes food court

More information is available below.

April airport case

Location name Address Day Time Contact Category What to do
Movenpick Dominion Road 349 Dominion Road, Mt Eden, Auckland 17 April 5.15pm to 7.20pm Casual Monitor symptoms for 14 days from exposure. If you become unwell or develop any COVID-19 symptoms, contact Healthline on  0800 358 5453.
Bunnings New Lynn 2/12 Titirangi Road, New Lynn, Auckland 17 April 2.30pm to 3.50pm Casual Monitor symptoms for 14 days from exposure. If you become unwell or develop any COVID-19 symptoms, contact Healthline on  0800 358 5453.
Westfield St Lukes Foodcourt 80 St Lukes Road, Mt Albert, Auckland 17 April 12.15pm to 2.30pm Casual Monitor symptoms for 14 days from exposure. If you become unwell or develop any COVID-19 symptoms, contact Healthline on  0800 358 5453.

Locations of interest for early April border-related case

Location name Address Day Time Contact Category What to do
Local Barber Mt Roskill South 1243 Dominion Road Extension, Mount Roskill, Auckland 1041 7 April 2.00pm to 4.00pm Casual Monitor symptoms for 14 days from exposure. If you develop COVID-19 symptoms, stay at home and call Healthline 0800 358 5453.

Bikanervala Bakery

2 White Swan Road, Mount Roskill, Auckland 1041 7 April 1:30pm to 2:30pm Casual Monitor symptoms for 14 days from exposure. If you become unwell or develop any COVID-19 symptoms, contact Healthline on 0800 358 5453, get tested, stay at home until a negative test result.
Terminus Dairy 1245 Dominion Road, Mount Roskill, Auckland, 1041 29 March 4.30pm to 5.30pm Casual If you have had any COVID-19 symptoms in the last 14 days, stay at home and call Healthline 0800 358 5453.
31 March 4.30pm to 5.30pm Casual Monitor symptoms for 14 days from exposure. If you become unwell or develop any COVID-19 symptoms, contact Healthline on 0800 358 5453, get tested, stay at home until a negative test result.
1 April 4.30pm to 5.30pm
6 April 4.30pm to 5.30pm
7 April 4.30pm to 5.30pm
White Swan Mobile 151 White Swan Road, Mount Roskill, Auckland, 1041 29 March 3:30pm to 4:50pm Casual If you have had any COVID-19 symptoms in the last 14 days, stay at home and call Healthline 0800 358 5453.
Bake and Beans 1484 Dominion Road, Mount Roskill, Auckland, 1041 1 April

4.30pm to 5.30pm

Casual Monitor symptoms for 14 days from exposure. If you become unwell or develop any COVID-19 symptoms, contact Healthline on 0800 358 5453, get tested, stay at home until a negative test result.
2 April 4.30pm to 5.30pm
6 April 4.30pm to 5.30pm
Funtech 263 Queen Street, Auckland Central, Auckland 1010 29 March 5.20pm to 6.25 pm Casual If you have had any COVID-19 symptoms in the last 14 days, stay at home and call Healthline 0800 358 5453.

Bus journey details for early April border-related case

Date 

Bus number 

Time 

Route 

What to do

Monday 29 March 

25 L 

Between 5:49 and 7:14 

St James, Queen St (Stop 7058) to 1530 Dominion Rd, (Stop 8444) 

If you have had any COVID-19 symptoms in the last 14 days, stay at home and call Healthline 0800 358 5453.

Saturday 3 April  
(Easter Saturday) 

25 L 

Between 16:49 and 18:17 

From 1279 Dominion Rd (Stop 8445) to St James, Queen St (Stop 7058) 

Monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 until 14 days after exposure, and call Healthline on 0800 358 5453 and get tested if you become unwell.

Sunday 4 April 
(Easter Sunday) 

25 L 

Between 16:43 and 18:08 

From 1215 Dominion Rd (Stop 8443) to St James Queen St (Stop 7058) 

Monitor for symptoms of COVID-19 until 14 days after exposure, and call Healthline on 0800 358 5453 and get tested if you become unwell.

NZ COVID Tracer contact alerts

Receiving a yellow notification as a result of scanning a QR code through the NZ COVID Tracer app means you may have been exposed to COVID-19. A yellow contact alert will tell you if you are a Casual Contact or a Casual Plus Contact and what to do. If there is a “Send my details’ button, this enables you to send your contact details directly to Healthline, who will then call you back with advice about what to do.

If you receive a yellow QR notification via the app, it means you have used the app to scan into a location at around the same time as a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19, and that contact tracers consider there may have been a risk of exposure.

A contact alert is a simple way of making you aware of this risk. However, you might not have come near the person, and if you did, it might not have been for long enough to present a significant risk of exposure.

Contact tracers will get in touch with you directly if you are identified through the contact tracing process as having a higher risk of exposure to COVID-19, for example if you were seated in close proximity to the confirmed case (or are considered a Close Contact).

Find out about COVID-19 symptoms

Information on how to contact Healthline if you are deaf or hard of hearing can be found at COVID-19: Information and advice for the deaf community.

Guidance for businesses

This document is to support businesses that have been identified as a location of interest following a visit by a confirmed (or probable) COVID-19 case. In most cases, a public health official will call and talk you through what this means for your business, however there may be some occasions (eg, out of hours) when it may not be possible to contact you immediately.

There are financial support options available to businesses, including people who are self-employed, whose employees are awaiting a COVID-19 test or who are asked to self-isolate and are unable to work from home. Eligibility requirements for the COVID-19 Leave Support Scheme have changed from 9 February 2021, with the introduction of the COVID-19 Short Term Absence Payment, so please check the Work and Income website for up-to-date information about which option may be available.

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