Covid-19: Positive community case confirmed in Coromandel –


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A personi Whitianga tested positive for Covid-19 on Thursday afternoon.


A personi Whitianga tested positive for Covid-19 on Thursday afternoon.

A case of Covid-19 has popped up on the Coromandel Peninsula.

A statement from the Thames Coromandel District Council said the case was in Whitianga and was confirmed on Thursday afternoon.

It was an isolated case with low risk of community spread, the statement said. The person was double vaccianted and in isolation.


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"It's here and it will be in many more communities within a short period of time, so up the work rate on personal prevention to avoid becoming really unwell," district manager of emergency management and community resilience Garry Towler said.


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This is the first case in the Coromandel. There was a case in Thames on November 18.

The district moved in the orange setting of the traffic light system overnight.

Council staff and customers were asked to wear a mask, scan in and use their vaccination passport.

People should stay home if sick, get a Covid-19 test, and isolate until the results come in.

“However, the expected influx of tourists from other parts of New Zealand from December 15 does raise the risk of Covid infections in our community,” the council’s statement said.

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