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Infected Auckland airport worker visited Bunnings and Westfields

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A cleaner working at Auckland airport who tested positive for COVID-19 one day after the trans-Tasman bubble opened visited Bunnings and a Westfield food court, New Zealand health authorities say.

Alerts have been issued for the two suburban Auckland locations as well as a Movenpick ice cream shop.

Yesterday, it was announced the worker was believed to have been infected while cleaning a plane that carried international passengers.

The Auckland Bunnings the infected airport worker visited in New Lynn.
The Auckland Bunnings the infected airport worker visited in New Lynn. (Google Maps)

However, the staff member was fully vaccinated early in the country’s vaccination program – in February and March.

New Zealand’s Ministry of Health has deemed the risk of public transmission to be low.

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