Media Release 12 August|Seven pop-up Community Testing Centres (CTCs) opened in metropolitan Auckland this afternoon as health officials continue to boost testing capacity following four confirmed community cases of COVID-19. The new pop-ups are located across the city, including Waiheke Island.
Media Release 11 August 2020|Health authorities in Auckland are asking residents to be vigilant and follow public health advice following a positive case of COVID-19 in the city, which has seen a short term return to Alert Level 3. Health authorities are also advising Aucklanders not to panic.
Media release 7 August 2020 | South Auckland residents are encouraged to get out and get tested for COVID-19. The metro Auckland DHBs will be providing free COVID-19 swabbing at a pop-up surveillance testing site in Manurewa this weekend.
Latest News 3 August 2020 | Former Air New Zealand flight attendant Julie Bishop has embraced her new role at Counties Manukau Health.
Latest News 31 July 2020 | We’re introducing a new model for delivering testing for COVID-19 in our Auckland communities. Our new community testing centres (CTCs) will replace the community based assessment centres (CBACs) we set up in March and April.
Media Release 7 July 2020|Counties Manukau Health (CM Health) has made significant progress in catching up on the backlog of elective surgeries and clinics caused by the COVID-19 lockdown.
Latest news 1 July 2020|We have no COVID-19 community cases in AucklandThe last community case of COVID-19 in Auckland was reported on 22 May 2020. The only COVID-19 cases currently in Auckland are people who have recently returned from overseas into managed isolation and quarantine facilities.
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 18 June 2020 | Back in April, during Level 4 of the COVID-19 lockdown, Blooming Hill Flowers delivered around 600 bunches of flowers to Middlemore staff. The generous gesture was well received by hundreds of our essential workers, and captured on Television New Zealand’s Seven Sharp.