Here’s a quick round-up of the biggest updates from Sunday on the Covid-19 Delta outbreak, including the latest case numbers and location of interest details. Cases There are 51 new cases of Covid-19 in the Delta community outbreak. The Ministry of Health gave the update in a statement on Sunday afternoon. Of the new cases, 47 are in Auckland and four are in Waikato. READ MORE:* Covid-19: What the ever-changing ICU bed numbers tell us* ‘We’re just doing our bit’: Cantabrians out in force for Super Saturday vaccine drive* Covid-19: Super Saturday didn’t hit vaccination ceiling but a plateau awaits* Covid-19: Auckland ‘tantalisingly close’ to 90 per cent first doses, likely this week* Vaccination Vaka hits streets to give Pasifika communities Covid-19 vaccine* Covid-19: 51 new cases in Delta community outbreak after record-breaking Super Saturday As of 9am, 28 of these cases have been epidemiologically linked to the outbreak – including 18 household contacts. A further 23 cases remain unlinked, and investigations are ongoing. This brings the total number of cases in the outbreak to date to 1945. As of Sunday, 29 people are in hospital with Covid-19. Five of these people are in intensive care or high dependency care units.WARWICK SMITH/StuffKIppy Hehir-Parsons, 4, sits with dad, Kane Parsons while he receives his second Covid-19 vaccine jab. Key News Super Saturday provided a “huge” boost to the vaccine roll-out, with a record-breaking 130,002 people putting their arms out for vaccinations on Saturday, Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield said. This comprised 39,025 first doses and 90,977 second doses. “People across the motu embraced Super Saturday like their communities’ lives depended on it.” In Auckland, 41,081 people were vaccinated, including 9039 first doses and 32,042 second doses, putting them “tantalisingly close” to reaching 90 per cent, Bloomfield said. “I continue to urge everyone in Auckland who hasn’t received their first vaccination to get vaccinated as soon as possible. And remember, we’re not stopping at 90 per cent – the higher, the better for everyone.” A stoush between John Tamihere and the Ministry of Health will head to the High Court on Friday as Tamihere seeks urgent access to Māori health data to drive up their lagging vaccination rates. The ministry says it is still considering a request from Tamihere to access the vaccination data of all Māori, in his role as chief executive of the Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency (WOCA), an umbrella body for North Island Māori health providers. But it’s indicated it is likely to say no, citing privacy reasons, so Tamihere has followed through on vows to file proceedings. Australians who have been stuck on New Zealand’s South Island will be able to return home without having to undergo hotel quarantine from early next week as the Australia’s vaccination rate nears 70 per cent fully immunised. Chief Medical Officer Professor Paul Kelly said both New South Wales and Victoria had agreed to allow travellers from the South Island to enter without quarantining from midnight on Tuesday. “We hope to allow anyone who’s been in the South Island of New Zealand, whether they’re Australians, New Zealanders or other nationalities as long as they’ve been there for 14 days, to come in quarantine free,” he said on Sunday morning. Locations of interest A Glen Eden gym, supermarkets and Westgate shopping centre are among the latest locations of interest linked to the Covid-19 Delta community outbreak. Anytime Fitness, Glen Eden has been named as a location for days ranging from October 12 to 15. The Ministry of Health has also advised those who visited the Noodle Canteen at Westgate shopping centre on October 12, between 6.28pm and 6.45pm to self-monitor for symptoms. Among the latest supermarkets named are New World in New Lynn, Fresh Choice in Rānui, Countdown in Mt Roskill and the Flat Bush Superette in Ōtara. They are of interest for dates between October 12 and October 16. People who visited Mr Meats Ōtara on Fair Mall on Monday (October 11) between 1.30-1.45pm are being asked to stay home and get tested immediately, as well as five days after they were exposed, the Ministry of Health said on Sunday afternoon. The ministry is also advising all people who visited The Warehouse St Lukes last Sunday (October 10) between 1-4pm to monitor for symptoms for 14 days, and to get tested and stay home until they return a negative result and are no longer symptomatic. Countdown Papakura was also listed as a location of interest on Sunday afternoon, with people who were there between 6-7pm on Thursday (October 14) to also monitor for symptoms. Mr Meats Ōtara, in Fair Mall, has also been listed as a location of interest between 11.30-11.45am on Wednesday, October 6 – people are asked to monitor for symptoms. People who visited Lim Chhour Supermarket in Karangahape Road in the CBD between 9:00-9:15am on Monday (October 11) are asked to monitor for symptoms for 14 days. Parrs Bakery & Café Glen Eden in Parrs Cross Road has also been listed as a location of interest. Those who visited the café between 11.15am-12.45pm are asked to watch for symptoms for 14 days and get tested if symptoms develop. It comes after Bay Audiology Henderson, in Vitasovich Avenue, was listed as a location of interest twice in two days: from 8.30am-5pm on Tuesday (October 12) and 8.30am-5pm on Wednesday (October 13). Those who visited the audiology clinic have also been advised to self-monitor for symptoms for 14 days and get tested if symptoms develop, the Ministry of Health said on Sunday morning. Anyone who visited the Sandringham Superette on Sandringham Road between 9am-12pm on Wednesday (October 13) has been advised to monitor themselves for Covid-19 symptoms for 14 days after they were exposed at the location of interest. If symptoms develop, get a test and isolate until you return a negative result and symptoms resolve. Lockdown Life Some Kiwis are giving up higher-paying positions overseas to stay in New Zealand for less. An oil and gas worker who spent $12,000 on MIQ spaces has opted to lose half of his six-figure salary to stay in New Zealand. Brent Snooks has been working in the oil and gas industry for more than 17 years, and has recently been a tool pusher on rigs in the Middle East. But the Taranaki man decided to leave it all behind two months ago after he was forced to be away from family for up to six months at a time, and the cost of trying to get home topped $12,000.