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WellSouth chief executive Andrew Swanson-Dobbs confirmed yesterday afternoon that all 1076 tests had been cleared.
"Very ecstatic, very pleased.
"We can once again say that Queenstown is Covid-free.”
Mr Swanson-Dobbs said the pop-up was a worthwhile exercise.
"It’s absolutely essential and it was a request to do, so we’ve done it.
"And if we’re asked again to do it I’m sure we would respond.”
He said everyone who attended on Tuesday would receive a phone call.
"Really proud that the primary care health professionals put their hands up, turned up on the day, did a stellar job."
The testing occurred because of a man who visited Queenstown in early July and had since tested positive for Covid-19 in South Korea.
The Ministry of Health subsequently asked for public testing in the resort.
Numbers were so strong at the Pak’nSave car park pop-up that 100 had already been tested by 9am.
It was widely reported the Covid-19 positive man had also visited Milford Sound on the same trip.
As a result, a pop-up testing centre was set up in Milford Sound yesterday from 8am to 3.30pm.
A WellSouth spokeswoman said its testing numbers appeared to be under 100.
Those results are due back in 48 hours.