Cowed 19 in Wellington: The Ministry of Health does not yet know all the places of interest. The mayor asks, “What are we waiting for?”

Wellington Mayor Andy Foster has questioned why it is taking so long for the Department of Health to release more information about the capital’s Cowedd 19 cases while waiting for more places of interest.

“We are looking forward to an update at one o’clock,” he said.

“I think most people are waiting for the government announcement – they have their cards close to their chests.”

Foster was contacted by half a dozen people on Saturday and wanted more information.

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“I think the fourth property will ask the government why it is taking so long. It is important for a number of reasons, for those who have been close to the cases, and equally for those who are not close. I want to note that we know that there are cases in Miramar, but there is no place of interest in Miramar.

“What are we waiting for? That’s the important point.”

Are still Many questions There will be an answer about the movement of the three people in Coved 19 in Wellington.

On Saturday morning, a health ministry spokesman said the ministry did not yet know all of Wellington’s attractions and that when they did, the information would be posted on the ministry’s website. Staff are still working to identify more areas of interest, he said.

The ministry confirmed the first cases of Covid 19 in Wellington at 1pm on Friday, after being notified earlier in the day. It was reported on Friday night that an Auckland case had also gone to Wellington on Thursday, making it an additional case in the capital. He tested positive on Friday. And were isolated in the house.

Covid 19 is being examined by appointment at Johnsonville Medical Center.

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Covid 19 is being examined by appointment at Johnsonville Medical Center.

Case numbers are expected to be updated at 1pm on Saturdays.

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

One person traveled by flight, New Zealand 445 Auckland to Wellington. Sunday, August 15 between 5pm and 6pm, which was declared a place of interest late Friday night.

Flight radar information shows the flight landed in Wellington at 6.17pm.

It is not clear why Wellington Airport and Auckland Airport have not yet been named as places of interest, how tall the man was at each airport or how he got home from the airport.

It is not known how many people traveled on the flight or where the man was sitting.

A large number of people have contacted. Equipment With questions about places of interest around Wellington and concerns about the time it would take to release information to the Department of Health.

People lined up at the Tarnaki Street Cove 19 testing center on Friday as the health ministry confirmed there were three new cases in Wellington.

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People lined up at the Tarnaki Street Cove 19 testing center on Friday as the health ministry confirmed there were three new cases in Wellington.

Puria Mayor Anita Baker said she had heard “absolutely nothing” about more places of interest since Friday, and, like others, was looking forward to seeing if the health ministry would release more places.

“I assume there is no more in Pooria, otherwise they would have been very slow to release it,” he said.

Baker rode his bike and saw that most of the places were basically deserted, except for the athletes, who were wearing masks.

“They are doing what we tell them to do, and that’s fine,” he said.

A case in Wellington involves an Auckland University student. Late friday tHe endorsed the University of Auckland. A student who lives in the dormitory hall had a positive experience for Covid 19.

A testing station opened at T-Papa Tongareva on Friday afternoon.

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A testing station opened at T-Papa Tongareva on Friday afternoon.

The student, a resident of the Whitaker Block, who attended classes on campus on Monday, August 16 and Tuesday, August 17, then traveled to Wellington with his family on Thursday, August 19.

It is not yet known how the student traveled to Wellington and the second flight has not yet been named as a place of interest. The third case is believed to have been a car journey from Auckland to Wellington.

So far, a sushi shop, three food shops, a countdown supermarket, a restaurant and a pharmacy in the vicinity of Johnsonville have been identified in Porreva. Places of interest. However, Dr. Ashley Bloomfield, director general of health, said on Friday that other locations were of interest, including several petrol stations en route between Auckland and Wellington, but their names remained.

Bloomfield said he believes a work site with Wellington cases has also been identified as a point of interest, but it is not clear what the site is or whether it is in Auckland or Wellington.

Johnsonville Medical Center has made it clear on social media that it is not a place of interest, it has an adjacent pharmacy, and the medical center is examining the appointment by Saturday.

Wellington Places of Interest

Sunday, August 15

  • Flight NZ 445 Auckland to Wellington, 5-6 p.m.

Tuesday, August 17

  • 1841 Bar & Restaurant, 1 Disraeli Street, Johnson Wells 7.00pm-9.00pm.
  • Roast Canteen, 5 Johnson Well Road, Johnson Well 5.30pm to 5.45pm.
  • St. Pierre Sushi, Johnson Well Mall 66 Johnson Well Road, Johnson Well, 5.15 – 5.30pm.
  • One Sushi Poriruva, 10 Serlabi Place, Poriruva, 6.15pm- 6.30pm.

Wednesday, August 18

  • Johnsonville Medical Center Pharmacy, 2 Trafalgar Street, Johnsonville, 4.15pm-4.45pm.
  • Countdown Johnson Well Road, 31 Johnson Well Road, Johnson Well, 4.30pm to 5.00pm.

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