The confirmed case of Covid-19 visited several places in central Auckland while they were potentially infectious before they started displaying symptoms on the 9 November.
People who were at those places should watch for symptoms, and get tested if they feel unwell.
The Auckland Regional Public Health Service says on Saturday the 7 November, the person visited Smith and Caughey's Department Store on Queen Street between 3.50 and 6pm; before going to the Red Pig Restaurant on Kitchener Street from 6pm until 8.30.
Anyone who was dining at Red Pig Restaurant on Saturday night will need to be tested and go into self-isolation until they receive a negative result.
On Sunday the 8 November between 11.30 and 11.45 in the morning, they got takeaways from Starbucks on Queen Street and Sunny Town China Taste Restaurant around the corner on Lorne Street.
That evening, around 6.40, they got takeaways from The Gateau House, at 332 Queen Street.
On Monday the 9 November, around 11.30 in the morning, they again got takeaways from Starbucks on Queen Street and Sunny Town China Taste Restaurant on Lorne Street.
Anyone who was at those places at those times should watch for symptoms, and get tested if they feel unwell and go into self-isolation until they receive a negative result.
The woman in her 20s, worked at A-Z Collections on High Street. Anyone who went to the store on 8,9 or 11 November between 10.30 in the morning and 6.30 at night should also be tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result.
Getting a test
There are three pop-up community testing centres open in the Auckland CBD from 8.30am this morning.
They are at: Ellen Melville Centre, 2 Freyberg Place. The Wynyard Quarter Carpark, on Madden Street . The Doctors QuayMed, in Britomart, in the Quay Park Health Centre.
The entrance is via Mahuhu Crescent. You can also get tested at GPs and Urgent Care Clinics. Health Officials are asking people who work in downtown Auckland to work from home today if possible.
If you must go into the central city - wear a mask, and maintain social distancing.
Stay at home if you are unwell and call your GP or Healthline, on 0800 358 5453, for advice.
And... wash your hands, wash your hands, wash your hands.