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Covid 19 coronavirus: Were businesses told first about Northland community case’s movements? – New Zealand Herald

‘We have not been contacted by the Ministry of Health as yet.’

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A least one business must have been surprised to read on the Ministry of Health website that it had been visited by the probable community Covid-19 case.
The 56-year-old woman, who lives south of Whangrei, was released from MIQ in Auckland on January 13.
However, she developed mild symptoms on January 15 and was tested again on January 22 after her condition deteriorated.
When she returned a positive test result officials scrambled to begin contact tracing.
The woman had visited places in Whangrei,…

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