After being highlighted as known Covid-19 hotspots with known clusters and unlinked cases, how many people are actually getting tested in Auckland’s seven “suburbs of interest?” RNZ reports the Northern Region Health Co-ordination Centre has tested 12,974 residents from Auckland’s suburbs of interest since last Monday, which equated to 7% of the 183,729 people living in the areas. Epidemiologist Professor Michael Baker says, “This comes down to what the strategy is for testing in those suburbs. In general, we’ve used pop-up testing to encourage people to come forward to get a test. I understand there’s been a little bit of door-to-door testing, but not a lot.”