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Covid: Qtown Airport and CBD Thai restaurant locations of interest

  • Jan 15,2022

The Ministry of Health has added Queenstown Airport, the Remarkable Sweet Shop in Arrrowtown and a Thai restaurant in central Queenstown to their Covid list of locations of interest. The two new locations were added to the Ministry of Health's website on Saturday evening - January 15th.

The additions bring the total list of Queenstown locations of interest to five.

Here are the details:

Queenstown Airport

1 Sir Henry Wigley Drive, Frankton, Queenstown 9300

Tuesday 11 January

4:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms for 10 days after you were exposed. If symptoms develop, get a test and stay at home until you get a negative test result.
15 Jan 5:00 pm

At Thai Restaurant Queenstown *Customers*

Level 3/8 Church Street, Queenstown 9300

Monday 10 January

9:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms for 10 days after you were exposed. If symptoms develop, get a test and stay at home until you get a negative test result.
15 Jan 5:00 pm

Remarkable Sweet Shop Arrowtown

27 Buckingham Street, Arrowtown, Arrowtown 9302

Monday 10 January

1:00 pm - 1:20 pm

Self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms for 10 days after you were exposed. If symptoms develop, get a test and stay at home until you get a negative test result.
15 Jan 4:00 pm

Oaks Club Suites Queenstown

171 Frankton Road, Queenstown 9300

Thursday 30 December

9:30 pm -

Sunday 02 January

8:30 am

Self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms for 10 days after you were exposed. If symptoms develop, get a test and stay at home until you get a negative test result.
10 Jan 11:00 am
(09 Jan 5:00 pm)

Shotover Jet Queenstown

3 Arthurs Point Road, RD 1, Queenstown 9371

Sunday 02 January

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms for 10 days after you were exposed. If symptoms develop, get a test and stay at home until you get a negative test result.
10 Jan 10:00 am

 

In a statement earlier on January 15th, the Ministry of Health said there were 11 new cases in Auckland, two in Northland, one in Western Bay of Plenty, 14 in Rotorua and one in Wellington.

There are 29 people in hospital with Covid-19 and two are in ICU or HDU.

An Auckland MIQ worker returned a positive result for Covid-19 late yesterday afternoon and is in isolation, the ministry said.

The test was taken as part of routine border worker surveillance testing.

Genome sequencing is being carried out to determine what variant the infection is and the results will be reported in tomorrow's 1pm Covid-19 update.

Investigations are underway to determine if the infection originated from the community or the facility.

The ministry said the worker is fully vaccinated and up-to-date with regular testing.

Household contacts of the MIQ worker all returned negative tests last night.

The 25 cases at the border came from Australia, India, Brazil, Nepal, Fiji, France, Singapore, United Kingdom, United States and Canada.

The ministry said New Zealand continues to see many border cases arriving from overseas, reflecting the growing number of Omicron cases globally.

Yesterday there were 18 new community cases of Covid-19 in New Zealand and 43 reported in MIQ.

Yesterday the ministry said there had been 266 Omicron cases detected at the border since the start of December, with more than 18,000 people being processed through managed isolation and quarantine facilities in that time.

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