Staff and patrons of The Malt pub in Greenhithe are being tested for Covid-19 following a visit from a person who later tested positive for the virus.
Auckland’s Regional Public Health Service has asked those who were at the pub, including staff, between 7.30pm and 10 pm on Friday, October 16, to self-isolate and get a test. A pop-up community testing centre will be available from Thursday.
The Malt patron who was at the pub on Friday is one of two colleagues of an Auckland port worker with Covid-19.
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