One new case of COVID-19 has been recorded in a managed isolation facility in the past 24 hours, and there are no cases in the community.
The total confirmed number of cases in the country is now 2358.
The Ministry of Health said they were continuing to assess test results after a child with an indeterminate test result for COVID-19 was identified on Stewart Island.
Further testing of the household members returned negative results from swabs and serology testing.
"The child's swab is positive for rhinovirus, which causes the 'common cold'," the Ministry of Health said on Friday.
"If rhinovirus is in the community this could explain the cold and flu type symptoms reported in the community."
The Ministry of Health said 93 swabs had been collected yesterday from a testing centre set up on Stewart Island, with those swabs to be processed over the next two days.
"We expect the first of these results to be available later this afternoon and if negative will give a high degree of assurance that COVID-19 is not circulating in the community. This will also enable a decision about the next steps for residents."
The Ministry of Health also said testing had been returned following three bubble breaches in a managed isolation facility on Sunday evening.
The breaches involved 12 people at the Crowne Plaza Auckland, with all 12 tests coming back negative.
Locations of interest - Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales
As of 9am on Friday, Australian health authorities have listed almost 160 locations of interest in Victoria, Queensland and New South Wales.
Anyone who was at a location of interest at the specified times cannot travel to New Zealand within 14 days of the exposure event.
Anyone at these locations of interest at the specified times should call Healthline on 0800 358 5453, get tested and self-isolate until they return a negative result.
The Ministry of Health is urging New Zealanders who've been in Victoria, Sydney or regional Queensland to check the following websites to determine whether they were at any of the locations of interest:
- Victoria locations of interest
- Queensland locations of interest
- Latest COVID-19 case locations and alerts in NSW
The total number of tests processed by laboratories to date is 2,216,363.
On Thursday, 5,246 tests were processed, and the seven-day rolling average is 4,310.
For all testing locations nationwide visit the Healthpoint website.
This testing data does not include the number of tests processed by Waikato DHB, as systems remain down as a result of the cyber attack. The Waikato data continues to be recorded manually and monitored. The data will be added to the tally once systems have been restored.
So far, the manual data is showing an average of almost 200 tests processed per day in the Waikato DHB area since 17 May.