A Wellington man who worked at a coffee and ice cream shop during one of the city's busiest weekends this year did not know he was infected with measles.
Wellington was hosting the two of the four quarter finals of the RWC last week end.October 8 and 9, the capital was flooded with a thousand of kiwis and tourists from all over the world.
The man was working at three branches of Kaffee Eis.Venues of exposing measles to other people has been published. He was working at at Kaffee Eis in Frank Kitts - on the waterfront - both days of that weekend, from 9am-6pm ,and 9am-7pm on the saturday andSunday repectively,also worked on Wednesday, October 5, the Kaffee Eis in Courtenay Place on Thursday, October 6 and Kaffee Eis in Cable Car Lane - a tourist attraction - on Friday, October 7.
Regional Public Health Medical Officer of Health Dr Annette Nesdale has warned people that anyone who was at these venues should check their immune status and if in doubt contact their doctor.''