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.
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 28 April 2020 | Strict entry controls and procedures will remain in place at Middlemore Hospital’s Emergency Department in the Level 3 phase of the Coronavirus response.
NRHCC Media release 18 April 2020 | A total of 300 people have provided swabs for COVID-19 testing at two sentinel community testing locations in Auckland today. Testing was undertaken in Mangere and Henderson, with 150 swabs taken from members of the public who volunteered for testing at each location.
Media Release | Wednesday 1 April 2020 | Patients in the community can be assured visiting Counties Manukau District Health Board community nurses/midwives and other staff doing home visits are taking all the necessary safeguards before entering their home to administer treatment.
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 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.