A detailed new map tracing the steps of south Auckland's February cases has been released.
The latest positive cases in this cluster were reported on Saturday night. One, Case M, is a student at Manukau Institute of Technology and worked for one day as a casual contractor at Kerry Logistics (Oceania) Limited on February 23. The other is one of their household members, Case N, who returned a positive result later in the day.
As a result of these new cases, Auckland is back into an alert level 3 lockdown for at least a week, and the rest of New Zealand is at level 2 for the same period of time.
Sixteen physical places are currently considered locations of interest by the Ministry of Health and some of these locations were visited more than once.
There are specific instructions for each location, depending on the type of contact a person is. For example, casual contacts are asked to self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms for 14 days, whereas casual plus contacts are required to stay at home, get a test, and self-isolate until they return a negative result. All the details of this are on the Ministry of Health's website.