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Auckland’s Northcote College student tested positive for Cove 19.

A student at Northcote College, a high school on Auckland’s North Coast, has had a positive experience for Cove 19.

Northcote College.

Northcote College.
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The Auckland Regional Public Health Service informs parents, carers and staff that all students and staff are considered close liaisons.

According to the letter, the student was at school on Monday and Tuesday this week.

Staff and students were instructed to isolate themselves at home.

The letter, which is posted on Facebook pages, also states that “even if New Zealand’s national alert level changes from the current level of 4, you will still have to complete your 14 days of complete isolation.” ۔

It advises people to get tested and see the symptoms.

The Ministry of Health has registered the bus journey to North Kot College on Tuesday morning as a place of interest.

More to come.

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This is an official Quad 19 alert.

All New Zealand. Coved 19 Alert is now at Level 4.

Alert levels will be assessed after 3 days for all areas except Auckland and Coromandel Peninsula, which are likely to remain at 4 levels for an initial period of 7 days.

A community case of Covid 19 has been identified.

Stay at home Where possible, follow the Alert Level 4 instructions. This will stop the spread of Covid 19 and save lives.

All are requested:

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If you are ill, call your doctor or health line on 0800 358 5453 for advice on getting tested.

Keep scanning QR codes whenever you leave your home.

Follow good hygiene – wash your hands often.

Services including supermarkets, pharmacies, clinics and petrol stations will remain open at Alert Level 4. Facial coverage is a must for all people – employees and customers – in businesses and services that operate at Level 4 on customer contact alerts.

Go to Alert Level 4 for more information. [the government website www.covid19.govt.nz]

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