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    Locations of interest connected to a Covid-19 case in Blenheim have been revealed

    Locations of interest connected to a Covid-19 case in Blenheim have been revealed


    Rotorua Regional Airport is listed on Wednesday and Thursday, alongside Flight NZ8231 from Rotorua to Wellington.

    Air New Zealand flight NZ8725 from Wellington to Blenheim is flagged between nine and 9.30 on Thursday morning.

    A New World, Wairau Pharmacy and KiwiCamp Riverlands also make the list for Thursday.

    Couplands Bakery, Countdown, Mitre 10, Shosha and KiwiCamp Riverlands are listed for Friday.

    Specified times for the locations of interest can be found on the Health Ministry's website.

    All Blenheim residents with Covid-19 symptoms - no matter how mild - are asked to get tested, even if they're vaccinated.

    More locations of interest are expected to be released as case investigations continue.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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