Kia ora neighbours, a person in Tuakau has tested positive for Covid-19.
Awaroa ki Tuakau ward councillor Jacqui Church announced that there was a positive case on Monday afternoon.
Church said as a safety precaution, everyone in Tuakau should get tested, and a pop-up testing centre would be operating from Tuesday in the area.
The testing station would be on Escotts Rd in Tuakau. Church said people who needed a test could also drive to Pukekohe.
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