The locations of interest for New Zealand's Delta COVID-19 outbreak have surpassed 300, with several more added on Monday.
Earlier on Monday, 35 new cases of COVID-19 were detected in the community, bringing the total outbreak to 107.
There are cases of interest in Auckland, Wellington and the Coromandel. The ministry has removed locations of interest that were visited before August 7. The earliest location of interest is now The Lula Inn in central Auckland, while the latest is a laundromat in Otara that was visited on Saturday morning.
New locations of interest include a Jets Gym in south Auckland, a Countdown supermarket at Westgate mall and a Mobil gas station in Blockhouse Bay.
A searchable list of locations of interest is available here.
New locations of interest added on Monday include:
- NZ School of Tourism
- Whitaker Hall Auckland University Grafton Campus
- Better Burger Sylvia Park
- Level 3 Car Park to Level 1 including escalator Westfield Newmarket
- Level 1 to Level 3 Car Park including escalator Westfield Newmarket
- Krispy Kreme Westfield Newmarket
- KFC Point Chevalier
- Mobil petrol station Johnsonville
- Bus 007 Glen Eden to Green Bay
- PaknSave Clendon park
- Clendon Dairy Clendon Park
- McDonalds New Lynn
- West City Mall Henderson
- Athletics Auckland Running Event Cornwall Park
- Trail Run Event Totara Park Auckland
- AUT City Campus
- AUT North Campus
- TAPAC The Auckland Performing Arts Centre Western Springs
- Charmate Restaurant Auckland CBD
- Kumon New Lynn Education Centre
- Elevator ride Car Park L6 to Level 1 SkyCity Theatre Auckland
- Taco Bell Auckland CBD
- McDonalds Auckland CBD
- McDonalds New Lynn
- Lynn Mall Shopping Centre New Lynn
- Starbucks Auckland CBD
- Jetts Gym Otahuhu
- KFC Glenfield
- KFC Mangere
- Westside Fitness Henderson
- Countdown Takanini
- Food Village Manurewa
- Pak n Save Clendon
- Countdown Manurewa
The full list of locations, as of August 23 at 6pm
What to do if you've been at a location of interest
The Ministry of Health advises anyone who has been at one of the listed locations at the date and time highlighted to get a test immediately, self-isolate and call Healthline on 0800 358 5453.
Anyone who is a household contact of a person who has been at a location of interest is required to isolate at home until a negative test result is returned.
Speaking to The AM Show on Thursday, Director-General of Health, Dr Ashley Bloomfield, reiterated the importance of keeping up-to-date with the latest locations.
"This reflects the demographic of our cases - there are a large number of locations of interest. We need everyone to keep an eye on those," he said.
"Anyone who is an essential worker… if they have been at one of those locations of interest, they need to not go out and about - they need to stay at home and get tested. With the rest of the population in an alert level 4 situation, that is extremely important."