The reopening of 60-year-old Northcote Point wharf in Auckland has been postponed since a woman tested positive for Covid-19 after leaving managed isolation, Stuff reports. The wharf was temporarily closed for health and safety reasons in June 2018 after routine maintenance revealed wooden structural pieces of the wharf had deteriorated. The wharf was due to reopen on Monday 25 January – a year later than originally planned – but its reopening ceremony has now been postponed again.
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