Two additional community testing centres (CTCs) are open on the North Shore in response to an advisory issued by Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS). ARPHS is asking people who were at The Malt pub in Greenhithe on Friday night, 16 October, from 7.
At 11:59pm on Wednesday, 7 October Auckland moved from Alert Level 2 to Level 1. In the interests of keeping our patients, visitors, staff and hospital safe Counties Manukau DHB will continue to limit visitors to Middlemore and maintain the existing public health measures.
Media release 31 July 2020 - From this weekend there will be a new model for delivering community testing for COVID-19 in Auckland.
Metropolitan Auckland district health boards increase COVID-19 testing capacity; Additional CBACs open in New Lynn and Manurewa
Northern Regional DHB Media Release 27 June 2020 | Community testing capacity in Auckland has been rapidly expanded in response to unprecedented demand earlier this week.
Latest News 15 April 2020 | A team of cleaners at Counties Manukau Health has ramped up activity to ensure Middlemore Hospital remains safe in the wake of COVID-19.
Media Release Monday 30 March 2020 |The Northland, Waitematā, Auckland and Counties Manukau DHBs have launched a daily COVID-19 Q&A for Māori communities, broadcast on Māori Television’s Facebook page. ‘The Whaanau Guide for COVID-19’ launched on Sunday 29 March 2020 and will be broadcast daily at 4pm.
Latest News 25 March 2020 | In line with the Government’s directive that we are to escalate to COVID-19 Alert Level 4 from midnight tonight, all DHB facilities will be adopting a no visitors policy with only a few exceptions.
Latest News 23 March 2020 | The Prime Minister has just announced a significant escalation in New Zealand’s response to COVID-19.
Media release 20 March 2020 | Counties Manukau Health is limiting the number of visitors to Middlemore Hospital and outpatient facilities including the Manukau SuperClinic as efforts ramp up to respond to the threat of COVID-19.
Media Release 30 January 2020 |Public health advice regarding the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) is available on the Ministry of Health website. From today, 2019 N-CoV has been classified as a notifiable illness.