Contacts of Northland’s new community Covid-19 case were shocked after learning they could have been exposed to the virus, Stuff reports. One of them, a mum-of-three, said she “freaked out” when she was told she had been in managed isolation (MIQ) at Auckland’s Pullman Hotel alongside the 56-year-old who tested positive a week after leaving. Ruakaka resident Paul Goonan says he was at Fresh Choice Ruakaka at the same time as the woman, and received a text notice from the Ministry of Health on Monday asking him to get tested for Covid-19.
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