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A global pandemic hits our shores : important info and updates from NHC

The NHC current response

We remain open for business as usual, determined to deliver services and support to the practices and communities we serve. At NHC we have taken steps to ensure the safety of our PHO employees and steps to minimise risks.  We must all follow the basic rules (hand washing, sneeze and cough into your elbow, observe social distancing).

As this is an unfolding and continuously changing scenario, therefore we will be reassessing daily our policies around safely providing our services to you, with the wellbeing of our staff and communities taking priority.

Together we can slow the spread

Partnership with Māori in responding to this pandemic is essential to achieving equitable outcomes. The evidence tells us that Māori are likely to experience significantly worse effects from Covid-19. We are committed to ensuring these effects are reduced or eliminated.

Got symptoms?

Call your GP before you visit. 
Or call Healthline on 0800 358 5453.

COVID-19 UPDATES

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Posted on: Sunday March 28th, 2021 - 4:25 pm

Miharo!

On Friday Kiingi Tuheitia Pootatau Te Wherowhero Vll and Makau Ariki Atawhai received their first dose of the Pfizer and BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine - on Facebook Live!

"Kiingi Tuheitia and Makau Ariki Atawhai have encouraged whaanau to make their own choice based on good information. They have chosen to receive the vaccine because they believe it is a good and positive step forward for their health, the health of their whaanau and all others in Aotearoa."
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National Hauora Coalition (NHC) is sharing a COVID-19 update.
National Hauora Coalition (NHC)
Posted on: Tuesday March 23rd, 2021 - 10:12 am

Finding reliable information about the COVID-19 vaccine can be challenging. Check out our Clinical Director, Dr Rawiri Mckree Jansen's kōrero on where to go for information you can trust.

Share it with your friends and whānau!
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National Hauora Coalition (NHC) is sharing a COVID-19 update.
National Hauora Coalition (NHC)
Posted on: Saturday March 20th, 2021 - 3:48 pm

Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect our kaumātua, our whānau and ourselves against COVID-19. Find out more about the vaccine rollout plan here:
covid19.govt.nz/health-and-wellbeing/covid-19-vaccines/getting-a-covid-19-vaccine/how-our-vaccine...We have a plan to provide a free vaccine to protect everyone aged 16 and over in Aotearoa from COVID-19. The best way to protect our kaumātua, our whānau and ourselves is to get vaccinated. Find out more about our rollout plan here: covid19.govt.nz/health-and-wellbeing/covid-19-vaccines/getting-a-covid-19-vaccine/how-our-vaccine...
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Getting vaccinated is the best way to protect our kaumātua, our whānau and ourselves against COVID-19. Find out more about the vaccine rollout plan here:
 https://covid19.govt.nz/health-and-wellbeing/covid-19-vaccines/getting-a-covid-19-vaccine/how-our-vaccine-rollout-will-work/
Posted on: Wednesday March 17th, 2021 - 4:21 pm

Unfortunately, whānau changing alert levels is the new normal – until we beat COVID-19 in Aotearoa.

So, if you need support, don’t be whakama about reaching out for help. Check out this video presented by Niwa Milroy and Patara Berryman, who will point you in the right direction.✅
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Posted on: Thursday March 4th, 2021 - 2:32 pm

Kia ora e te whanau,
Still undecided about the vaccine, or have pātai you need answers to?
Join the COVID-19 Vaccine Info hui this Friday, 5 March at 6pm. Follow the link in the post below⬇️⬇️E te iwi
With so much conflicting information out there around vaccines it is hard to know what info to trust. Dr Nikki Turner and Dr Rawiri Jansen are the country’s recognised authority on vaccines. Please register and bring your questions. The only silly questions are those we don’t ask. Nau mai, haere mai!

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Kia ora e te whanau,
Still undecided about the vaccine, or have pātai you need answers to?
Join the COVID-19 Vaccine Info hui this Friday, 5 March at 6pm. Follow the link in the post below⬇️⬇️
National Hauora Coalition (NHC) is sharing a COVID-19 update.
National Hauora Coalition (NHC)
Posted on: Monday March 1st, 2021 - 6:59 am

Kia ora whānau, Tāmaki Makaurau is now at Alert Level 3, the rest of the motu is at Alert Level 2

Kia kaha - we've done this before and we'll do it again.In response to recent cases identified in the community, Auckland is now at Alert Level 3 and the rest of New Zealand at Alert Level 2. Anyone who has cold or flu symptoms, including muscle aches and fatigue, should get a test and stay home until you have a negative test result.

To find a testing centre near you, visit www.healthpoint.co.nz/covid-19/

For information on locations of interest, visit www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-health-ad...
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Kia ora whānau, Tāmaki Makaurau is now at Alert Level 3, the rest of the motu is at Alert Level 2

Kia kaha - weve  done this before and well do it again.
National Hauora Coalition (NHC) is sharing a COVID-19 update.
National Hauora Coalition (NHC)
Posted on: Monday February 22nd, 2021 - 7:18 pm

Alert Levels update

Auckland will rejoin the rest of New Zealand at Alert Level 1 from 11:59pm tonight, Monday 22 February.

Cabinet has today decided to make face coverings mandatory on all public transport, across all of New Zealand, at Alert Level 1. This means, everyone, on any means of public transport, is now required to wear a face covering.

People will be allowed to remove face coverings to eat or drink on public transport journeys, if eating and drinking is usually permitted on those journeys. They will also be allowed to remove face coverings in order to take medication.

In small passenger vehicles like Uber rides and taxis, drivers must wear a face covering – and while it is not mandatory for passengers, it is encouraged that they do too.

Children under the age of 12 are exempt, as are people with a medical condition that prevents them from wearing a mask or face covering safely or comfortably.

Drivers and transport operators will not stop people without face coverings from boarding public transport. But where possible, drivers will be encouraging passengers to wear a face covering.

Please – always be kind to public transport staff and drivers when they ask you to wear a face covering. Remember they are just doing their job.

COVID-19 is contained at Alert Level 1, but it’s still worthwhile to keep a safe distance from people you don’t know while out and about. This will help to minimise the spread of COVID-19 if community transmission returns.
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National Hauora Coalition (NHC) is sharing a COVID-19 update.
National Hauora Coalition (NHC)
Posted on: Thursday February 18th, 2021 - 6:58 pm

The Mana Kidz health team is now back in schools, whānau 💚💙From midnight Tāmaki Makaurau will move back into Alert Level 2.

This means, from February 18, 2021 our health teams will be back in schools delivering a combination of onsite, phone and home visits to best support whānau, working under the strict guidelines of the Ministry of Health, with appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment) to ensure a safe service.

We will continue to offer remote support for students who are not at school. Please text or phone the clinic if you are concerned for an unwell child who is not at school.

If you are concerned for an unwell child or your whānau please contact the dedicated COVID-19 Healthline number 0800 358 5453 if you cannot reach your school health team or GP.

REMEMBER
*Wash your hands,
*Cough and sneeze into your elbow,
*Keep a 2 metre physical distance where you can,
*Wear a mask when you're out and about and on public transport
*Go and get tested if you’ve got any COVID-19 symptoms
*Encourage your whānau to get tested if they have any symptoms
*Scan in or sign in everywhere you go

👉🏽You can find a community testing centre/site near you here:
www.arphs.health.nz/public-health-topics/covid-19/where-to-get-tested/

For more information regarding levels, testing stations & gatherings please visit covid19.govt.nz/covid-19/
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The Mana Kidz health team is now back in schools, whānau 💚💙
National Hauora Coalition (NHC) is sharing a COVID-19 update.
National Hauora Coalition (NHC)
Posted on: Monday February 15th, 2021 - 11:34 am

📣COVID-19 UPDATE📣

Kia ora e te whānau,

As per last night's COVID- announcement, please see the below information.

In response to recent cases identified in the community, Auckland is currently at Alert Level 3, until midnight Wednesday 17 February.

The rest of New Zealand is at Alert Level 2 for the same period.
This will be reviewed on a 24 hour basis.

🟢For more information about Alert Levels, you can visit: covid19.govt.nz/alert-system/.

🔵Anyone who has cold or flu symptoms should get a test and stay home until you have a negative test result.

🟢You can find your local testing facility at www.healthpoint.co.nz/covid-19/

🔵Locations of interest are being updated as new information becomes available at www.health.govt.nz/.../covid-19-contact-tracing...In response to recent cases identified in the community, Auckland will move to Level 3 for three days from 11.59 pm tonight until midnight Wednesday 17 February. The rest of New Zealand will move to Level 2 for the same period.

This will be reviewed on a 24 hour basis. For more information about Alert Levels, visit covid19.govt.nz/alert-system/

Anyone who has cold or flu symptoms should get a test and stay home until you have a negative test result. You can find your local testing facility at www.healthpoint.co.nz/covid-19/

Locations of interest are being updated as new information becomes available at www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-health-ad...
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📣COVID-19 UPDATE📣

Kia ora e te whānau,

As per last nights COVID- announcement, please see the below information. 

In response to recent cases identified in the community, Auckland is currently at Alert Level 3, until midnight Wednesday 17 February. 

The rest of New Zealand is at Alert Level 2 for the same period. 
This will be reviewed on a 24 hour basis. 

🟢For more information about Alert Levels, you can visit: https://covid19.govt.nz/alert-system/.

🔵Anyone who has cold or flu symptoms should get a test and stay home until you have a negative test result. 

🟢You can find your local testing facility at https://www.healthpoint.co.nz/covid-19/

🔵Locations of interest are being updated as new information becomes available at https://www.health.govt.nz/.../covid-19-contact-tracing...
National Hauora Coalition (NHC) is with Penelope Elliot and 7 others at Alexandra Park.
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Posted on: Tuesday November 17th, 2020 - 5:55 pm

Ngā mihi nui ki a koutou. A huge thank you to all who attended the NHC's 8th Annual Provider Awards on Friday 13 November, both in person and virtually.

Despite the last minute changes brought about by COVID-19, the evening was a fantastic celebration of the incredible mahi you all do to contribute to the vision of mana whānau, whānau ora.

Congratulations to all award winners!

Photos of all of our glamourous attendees are now available. Tag yourselves below 📸
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Wowzer photos - let's book him again for next year!! #2021

Awesome Photos

Fantastic

Awesome whanau

Beautiful pictures.

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National Hauora Coalition (NHC) is sharing a COVID-19 update.
National Hauora Coalition (NHC)
Posted on: Thursday October 22nd, 2020 - 11:07 am

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📣COVID-19 update📣

Two new pop-up community testing centres are open on the North Shore ⬇️⬇️

🚨North Wainoni Park🚨
Churchouse Road
Greenhithe
Opening hours: TODAY ONLY, Thurs 22 Oct - 8.30am - 4.30pm

🚨Northcare Accident and Medical🚨
5 Home Place (off Constellation Drive)
Rosedale
Opening hours: Mon to Sun - 8am - 5pm
(open for 1 week starting today)

Close and casual contacts associated with the two new community cases of COVID-19 announced yesterday are asked to isolate and get tested.
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Whanau seeking testing can visit either of the above pop-up centres, or visit one of the six permanent community testing centres.

For more information, including where to find testing centres, please visit:

arphs.health.nz/public-health-topics/covid-19/where-to-get-tested/

If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, you can also call Healthline for advice on 0800 358 5453. This is a free, 24/7 service.

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#wevegotthis

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📣COVID-19 update📣

Two new pop-up community testing centres are open on the North Shore ⬇️⬇️

🚨North Wainoni Park🚨
Churchouse Road
Greenhithe
Opening hours: TODAY ONLY, Thurs 22 Oct -  8.30am - 4.30pm

🚨Northcare Accident and Medical🚨
5 Home Place (off Constellation Drive)
Rosedale
Opening hours: Mon to Sun - 8am - 5pm 
(open for 1 week starting today)

Close and casual contacts associated with the two new community cases of COVID-19 announced yesterday are asked to isolate and get tested. 
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Whanau seeking testing can visit either of the above pop-up centres, or visit one of the six permanent community testing centres. 

For more information, including where to find testing centres, please visit: 

http://arphs.health.nz/public-health-topics/covid-19/where-to-get-tested/

If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, you can also call Healthline for advice on 0800 358 5453. This is a free, 24/7 service.

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
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Posted on: Tuesday September 15th, 2020 - 10:45 pm

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📣COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Lincoln Road, Henderson📣
[Te Wananga o Aotearoa]

📍REMINDER TO EVERYONE📍
▶️To speed up your testing process:
🔸Take your NHI number with you and a form of ID or even a piece of paper that clearly has your name, address, DOB and contact number (preferably mobile)
🔸Wear a mask and wear gloves

🚨Also REMEMBER🚨
Be calm, Be kind and Be patient – as kaimahi/workers are working as quickly and safely as they can.
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📣COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Lincoln Road, Henderson📣 
[Te Wananga o Aotearoa]

📍REMINDER TO EVERYONE📍
▶️To speed up your testing process:
🔸Take your NHI number with you and a form of ID or even a piece of paper that clearly has your name, address, DOB and contact number (preferably mobile)
🔸Wear a mask and wear gloves

🚨Also REMEMBER🚨
Be calm, Be kind and Be patient – as kaimahi/workers are working as quickly and safely as they can.Image attachment
Posted on: Tuesday September 15th, 2020 - 9:39 pm

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📣COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Henderson (Buscomb Ave)📣

📍REMINDER TO EVERYONE📍
▶️To speed up your testing process:
🔸Take your NHI number with you and a form of ID or even a piece of paper that clearly has your name, address, DOB and contact number (preferably mobile)
🔸Wear a mask and wear gloves

🚨Also REMEMBER🚨
Be calm, Be kind and Be patient – as kaimahi/workers are working as quickly and safely as they can.Do you live in or close to Henderson? 👋🏽
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There is a free pop-up COVID-19 testing centre in Henderson, Tues 15th & Wed 16th, 9am – 4.30pm
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Come on down to Henderson E.F.K.S, 2 Buscomb avenue; Henderson for your test. We need New Zealanders to keep themselves and their whānau safe. Say yes to the test!
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People with cold or flu-like symptoms should definitely get tested. If you have also been requested by health officials to get a test, you should. It’s best to call your doctor first to arrange one. However, if you feel like you want to get a test and you don’t have symptoms, you can. You will not be denied a request for the test.
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For a full list of where to get tested, please go to - bit.ly/2DcWIqO
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📣COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Henderson (Buscomb Ave)📣

📍REMINDER TO EVERYONE📍
▶️To speed up your testing process:
🔸Take your NHI number with you and a form of ID or even a piece of paper that clearly has your name, address, DOB and contact number (preferably mobile)
🔸Wear a mask and wear gloves

🚨Also REMEMBER🚨
Be calm, Be kind and Be patient – as kaimahi/workers are working as quickly and safely as they can.
Posted on: Tuesday September 15th, 2020 - 9:36 pm

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📣COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Manurewa Netball Courts📣

📍REMINDER TO EVERYONE📍
▶️To speed up your testing process:
🔸Take your NHI number with you and a form of ID or even a piece of paper that clearly has your name, address, DOB and contact number (preferably mobile)
🔸Wear a mask and wear gloves

🚨Also REMEMBER🚨
Be calm, Be kind and Be patient – as kaimahi/workers are working as quickly and safely as they can.Another COVID-19 pop-up testing site in our rohe whaanau - today until Friday at the Manurewa Netball Courts. You get a box of 50 masks when you and your whaanau get tested. You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It only takes 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need.

For more information on all testing sites in Auckland, please visit: arphs.health.nz/covid19test #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
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📣COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Manurewa Netball Courts📣

📍REMINDER TO EVERYONE📍
▶️To speed up your testing process:
🔸Take your NHI number with you and a form of ID or even a piece of paper that clearly has your name, address, DOB and contact number (preferably mobile)
🔸Wear a mask and wear gloves

🚨Also REMEMBER🚨
Be calm, Be kind and Be patient – as kaimahi/workers are working as quickly and safely as they can.
Posted on: Friday September 11th, 2020 - 6:08 pm

📣COVID-19 Testing Station ‘Relocated’ to Western Springs📣

Note: this now replaces the Eden Park community testing centre which is now closed

📍REMINDER TO EVERYONE📍
▶️Community Testing Centres (aka Testing stations, aka CBACs) and POP-UP sites – are feeling the pressure of the increased demand for tests from our communities so expect to briefly wait. To speed up your testing process:
🔸Take your NHI number with you and a form of ID or even a piece of paper that clearly has your name, address, DOB and contact number (preferably mobile)
🔸Wear a mask and wear gloves

🚨Also REMEMBER🚨
Be calm, Be kind and Be patient – as kaimahi/workers are working as quickly and safely as they can.
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Posted on: Thursday September 3rd, 2020 - 6:55 pm

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📢COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - SDA Community Church, 16 Puhinui Rd, Papatoetoe📢

Encouraging whānau Māori to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one.

✅ If you do not have symptoms ‘but’ are at a greater risk of poor health outcomes if you were to get COVID-19, then please head to a COVID-19 POP-UP testing site.

✅ Also, if you have either been in contact with a confirmed or probable case, or have been at one of the workplaces or religious venues where COVID-19 has been identified, to get tested, even if you don't have symptoms.

✅ If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, pop down for a test OR head through to one of the alternative Community Testing Centres (CTCs)

✅ you feel like you want to get a test and you don’t have symptoms (you can - you will not be denied a request for the test)

✅ It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these testing sites

✅ It is FREE

🚨 Testing is not compulsory, but it is one of the best ways you can ensure that you’re protecting, yourself, your whānau and your community.

🚨There is no cause for concern, as there is no localised outbreak within your area.
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📢COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - SDA Community Church, 16 Puhinui Rd, Papatoetoe📢

Encouraging whānau Māori to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one.

✅ If you do not have symptoms ‘but’ are at a greater risk of poor health outcomes if you were to get COVID-19, then please head to a COVID-19 POP-UP testing site.  

✅ Also, if you have either been in contact with a confirmed or probable case, or have been at one of the workplaces or religious venues where COVID-19 has been identified, to get tested, even if you dont have symptoms.

✅ If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, pop down for a test OR head through to one of the alternative Community Testing Centres (CTCs) 

✅ you feel like you want to get a test and you don’t have symptoms (you can - you will not be denied a request for the test)

✅ It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these testing sites 

✅ It is FREE

🚨 Testing is not compulsory, but it is one of the best ways you can ensure that you’re protecting, yourself, your whānau and your community.  

🚨There is no cause for concern, as there is no localised outbreak within your area.
Posted on: Thursday September 3rd, 2020 - 6:55 pm

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📢COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Grammar TEC Rugby Club, 36 Reihana St, Orakei📢

Encouraging whānau Māori to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one.

✅ If you do not have symptoms ‘but’ are at a greater risk of poor health outcomes if you were to get COVID-19, then please head to a COVID-19 POP-UP testing site.

✅ Also, if you have either been in contact with a confirmed or probable case, or have been at one of the workplaces or religious venues where COVID-19 has been identified, to get tested, even if you don't have symptoms.

✅ If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, pop down for a test OR head through to one of the alternative Community Testing Centres (CTCs)

✅ you feel like you want to get a test and you don’t have symptoms (you can - you will not be denied a request for the test)

✅ It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these testing sites

✅ It is FREE

🚨Testing is not compulsory, but it is one of the best ways you can ensure that you’re protecting, yourself, your whānau and your community.

🚨There is no cause for concern, as there is no localised outbreak within your area.
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📢COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Grammar TEC Rugby Club, 36 Reihana St, Orakei📢

Encouraging whānau Māori to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one.

✅ If you do not have symptoms ‘but’ are at a greater risk of poor health outcomes if you were to get COVID-19, then please head to a COVID-19 POP-UP testing site.  

✅ Also, if you have either been in contact with a confirmed or probable case, or have been at one of the workplaces or religious venues where COVID-19 has been identified, to get tested, even if you dont have symptoms.

✅ If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, pop down for a test OR head through to one of the alternative Community Testing Centres (CTCs) 

✅ you feel like you want to get a test and you don’t have symptoms (you can - you will not be denied a request for the test)

✅ It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these testing sites 

✅ It is FREE

🚨Testing is not compulsory, but it is one of the best ways you can ensure that you’re protecting, yourself, your whānau and your community.  

🚨There is no cause for concern, as there is no localised outbreak within your area.
Posted on: Wednesday September 2nd, 2020 - 9:02 pm

“how Auckland is coping 3 days in to level 2.5 and how to stay vigilant as people return to work and school” is the discussion for tonight’s edition of The Whaanau Guide for Covid-19’ ... See MoreSee Less

National Hauora Coalition (NHC) shared a video from the playlist Covid-19 Māori Response Series.
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Posted on: Wednesday September 2nd, 2020 - 2:50 pm

The first video of a series of Covid-19 Māori Response videos - this one featuring Professor Meihana Durie who explores “how tikanga can adapt to maintain our collective wellbeing & how our systems and connectedness as Māori ensure we can move swiftly and effectively to mobilise meaningful response efforts.” ... See MoreSee Less

Posted on: Tuesday September 1st, 2020 - 12:34 am

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⚠️COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Southmall Manurewa⚠️

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one.

✅ If you do not have symptoms ‘but’ are at a greater risk of poor health outcomes if you were to get COVID-19, then please head to a COVID-19 POP-UP testing site.

✅ Also, if you have either been in contact with a confirmed or probable case, or have been at one of the workplaces or religious venues where COVID-19 has been identified, to get tested, even if you don't have symptoms.

✅ If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, pop down for a test OR head through to one of the alternative Community Testing Centres (CTCs)

✅ you feel like you want to get a test and you don’t have symptoms (you can - you will not be denied a request for the test)

It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these testing sites and when done receive a box of 50 masks too 😷

For a full list of where to get tested, please go to - bit.ly/2DcWIqO

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKLGet a box of 50 masks when you and your whaanau get a test at the COVID-19 pop-up testing site at Southmall - details below. You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It only takes 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need. For more information on all testing sites in Auckland, please visit: arphs.health.nz/covid19test More pop-up testing sites will be announced soon! #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
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⚠️COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Southmall Manurewa⚠️

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one.

✅ If you do not have symptoms ‘but’ are at a greater risk of poor health outcomes if you were to get COVID-19, then please head to a COVID-19 POP-UP testing site.  

✅ Also, if you have either been in contact with a confirmed or probable case, or have been at one of the workplaces or religious venues where COVID-19 has been identified, to get tested, even if you dont have symptoms.

✅ If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, pop down for a test OR head through to one of the alternative Community Testing Centres (CTCs) 

✅ you feel like you want to get a test and you don’t have symptoms (you can - you will not be denied a request for the test)

It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these testing sites and when done receive a box of 50 masks too 😷

For a full list of where to get tested, please go to - https://bit.ly/2DcWIqO

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
Posted on: Tuesday September 1st, 2020 - 12:13 am

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⚠️COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Waitematā Seagulls League Club, Ranui⚠️

📍Attention whānau who live in or close to Ranui📍

Encouraging whānau Māori to go for a COVID-19 test at this POP-UP Testing Site set up at:
👉🏽Waitematā Seagulls League Club
👉🏽16 Robertson Road, Ranui
👉🏽Tuesday and Wednesday (1st-2nd Sep, from 8.30am – 5pm)

Head on down for your 🆓 test,
IF:
✅ you have cold or flu-like symptoms
✅ you have been requested by health officials to get a test (but it’s best to call your family doctor/GP first to arrange one)
✅ you feel like you want to get a test and you don’t have symptoms (you can - you will not be denied a request for the test)

For a full list of where to get tested, please go to - bit.ly/2DcWIqO

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKLDo you live in or close to Ranui? 👋🏽
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There is a free pop-up COVID-19 testing centre in Ranui tomorrow and Wednesday this week (1st & 2nd Sep 8.30am – 5pm).
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Come on down to Waitematā Seagulls League Club (16 Robertson Road, Ranui) for your test. We need New Zealanders to keep themselves and their whānau safe. Say yes to the test!
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People with cold or flu-like symptoms should definitely get tested. If you have also been requested by health officials to get a test, you should. It’s best to call your doctor first to arrange one. However, if you feel like you want to get a test and you don’t have symptoms, you can. You will not be denied a request for the test.
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For a full list of where to get tested, please go to - bit.ly/2DcWIqO
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⚠️COVID-19 POP-UP Testing Site - Waitematā Seagulls League Club, Ranui⚠️

📍Attention whānau who live in or close to Ranui📍

Encouraging whānau Māori to go for a COVID-19 test at this POP-UP Testing Site set up at:
👉🏽Waitematā Seagulls League Club
👉🏽16 Robertson Road, Ranui
👉🏽Tuesday and Wednesday (1st-2nd Sep, from 8.30am – 5pm)

Head on down for your 🆓 test, 
IF:
✅ you have cold or flu-like symptoms
✅ you have been requested by health officials to get a test (but it’s best to call your family doctor/GP first to arrange one)
✅ you feel like you want to get a test and you don’t have symptoms (you can - you will not be denied a request for the test)

For a full list of where to get tested, please go to - https://bit.ly/2DcWIqO

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
Posted on: Sunday August 30th, 2020 - 10:22 pm

As announced by the Prime Minister:

👉🏽Tāmaki Makaurau, from 11:59pm on Sunday 30 August 2020, will move into Alert Level 2.5 with restrictions of:
🚨only up to 10 people for mass gatherings - this includes everything from birthdays, whānau & friend gatherings, etc
🚨tangihanga are exempt from this and can have a maximum of 50 people.
<This will remain in place until at least Sunday 6 September 2020>

👉🏽The rest of Aotearoa/New Zealand, will remain in Alert Level 2 with gatherings such as church services and social events, continuing to be limited up to 100 people.
🚨Aucklanders, on inter-regional travel/mahi, are ‘urged’ to wear fave coverings at all times (where/when possibly able)
<This will remain in place until at least Sunday 6 September 2020>

👉🏽From 11:59pm on Sunday 30 August 2020, face coverings on public and passenger transport will be the new normal throughout the motu/Aotearoa. To help stop the spread, everyone 12yrs and older must wear a face covering on buses, trains, ferries, planes, taxis, and Ubers. Face coverings should not be worn by young children, people who may be unable to remove them without assistance or people who have trouble breathing.

📌REMEMBER📌
▶️ wash your hands,
▶️ 2 metre physical distance,
▶️ wear a mask when you're out and about,
▶️ go and get tested if you’ve got any of the symptoms – please call your doctor to get a test first,
▶️ encourage your whanau to go and get tested if they have any symptoms,
▶️ All testing is FREE.

👉🏽You can find a community testing centre/site near you using one of these links
➡️ within Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland www.arphs.health.nz/public-health-topics/covid-19/where-to-get-tested
➡️ for around the rest of Aotearoa/New Zealand covid19.govt.nz/health-and-wellbeing/covid-19/covid-19-testing/

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19 #manawhānau_whānauora
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As announced by the Prime Minister:

👉🏽Tāmaki Makaurau, from 11:59pm on Sunday 30 August 2020,  will move into Alert Level 2.5 with restrictions of:
🚨only up to 10 people for mass gatherings - this includes everything from birthdays, whānau & friend gatherings, etc
🚨tangihanga are exempt from this and can have a maximum of 50 people.


👉🏽The rest of Aotearoa/New Zealand, will remain in Alert Level 2 with gatherings such as church services and social events, continuing to be limited up to 100 people. 
🚨Aucklanders, on inter-regional travel/mahi, are ‘urged’ to wear fave coverings at all times (where/when possibly able)


👉🏽From 11:59pm on Sunday 30 August 2020, face coverings on public and passenger transport will be the new normal throughout the motu/Aotearoa.  To help stop the spread, everyone 12yrs and older must wear a face covering on buses, trains, ferries, planes, taxis, and Ubers.  Face coverings should not be worn by young children, people who may be unable to remove them without assistance or people who have trouble breathing.

📌REMEMBER📌
▶️ wash your hands, 
▶️ 2 metre physical distance, 
▶️ wear a mask when youre out and about,
▶️ go and get tested if you’ve got any of the symptoms – please call your doctor to get a test first,
▶️ encourage your whanau to go and get tested if they have any symptoms,
▶️ All testing is FREE.

👉🏽You can find a community testing centre/site near you using one of these links
➡️ within Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland https://www.arphs.health.nz/public-health-topics/covid-19/where-to-get-tested
➡️ for around the rest of Aotearoa/New Zealand https://covid19.govt.nz/health-and-wellbeing/covid-19/covid-19-testing/

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19 #manawhānau_whānauoraImage attachment
Posted on: Sunday August 30th, 2020 - 9:02 pm

Tonight’s edition of “The Whaanau Guide for COVID-19”, on the eve of Tāmaki Makaurau moving to level 2.5, discusses how we can keep moving in the right direction towards level 1.

Featuring.....

👉🏽 Te Ropu Poa (CE of Te Hau Ora Ō Ngāpuhi)

👉🏽 Dr Rawiri McKree Jansen (Clinical Director at National Hauora Coalition)

👉🏽 and Te Arahi giving us a demonstrating as to how easy it is for whānau to get a COVID-19 test (whilst he was out at one of Te Puna Manawa HealthWEST POP-UP Testing Stations)
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Posted on: Sunday August 30th, 2020 - 6:59 pm

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities of TOKOROA, with any of the symptoms below, to head through to one of these sites for a test.

🚨Symptoms include🚨
▶️ Cough
▶️ Sore Throat
▶️ Runny Nose
▶️ Loss of Smell (with or without fever)
▶️ Fever
▶️ Shortness of breath

🚫REMINDER🚫 when going for your swab/test:

🔸please wear a mask and gloves
(this keeps you and the healthcare workers safe)

🔸Take your ID - or - write your name, date of birth and contact details, contact/mobile number clearly on a paper to take with you
(This will help speed up the process for the nurses and you)

🔸Bring your ‘NHI’ number
(if you don’t know it you can get it from a prescription, prescription medicine label, hospital letter, x-ray/test result, ManageMyHealth profile, or ring your GP/GP Clinic. If you don’t have one then that’s okay too just advise the staff)

🔸Be prepared to wait

🔸please don't forget to be patient/calm and kind
(The teams are trying their best to ensure your information is loaded properly to make sure your swab tests are properly matched up to you)

For whānau who do not have symptoms, the DHB advises to please contact your doctor or Healthline ‘for free’ on 0800 358 5453 for advice about getting tested through your GP or an alternative testing location.

🔸Question: what is an NHI #?
🔹Answer: an ‘NHI’ or National Health Index number is the unique identifier assigned to everyone who uses NZ’s health and disability support services

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19GetTestedWe have two testing centres open in Tokoroa this week. Come along for a FREE COVID-19 test.

⚠️ The DHB is encouraging people with cold or flu like symptoms to seek testing while those without symptoms are asked to contact Healthline (0800 358 5453) or their GP for advice before seeking a test.

We will be at:

📍 Tokoroa Hospital, Maraetai Road, Tokoroa
Tuesday 1 September, Wednesday 2 September, Thursday 3 September and Friday 4 September from 10am - 3pm

📍 South Waikato Pacific Islands Community Services (SWPIC), 1 Maraetai Road, Tokoroa – in partnership with SWPIC
Tuesday 1 September, Wednesday 2 September, Thursday 3 September and Friday 4 September from 10am - 3pm
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Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities of TOKOROA, with any of the symptoms below, to head through to one of these sites for a test.

🚨Symptoms include🚨
▶️ Cough
▶️ Sore Throat
▶️ Runny Nose
▶️ Loss of Smell (with or without fever)
▶️ Fever
▶️ Shortness of breath 

🚫REMINDER🚫 when going for your swab/test: 

🔸please wear a mask and gloves 
(this keeps you and the healthcare workers safe)

🔸Take your ID - or - write your name, date of birth and contact details, contact/mobile number clearly on a paper to take with you
(This will help speed up the process for the nurses and you)

🔸Bring your ‘NHI’ number
(if you don’t know it you can get it from a prescription, prescription medicine label, hospital letter, x-ray/test result, ManageMyHealth profile, or ring your GP/GP Clinic.  If you don’t have one then that’s okay too just advise the staff)

🔸Be prepared to wait

🔸please dont forget to be patient/calm and kind
(The teams are trying their best to ensure your information is loaded properly to make sure your swab tests are properly matched up to you)

For whānau who do not have symptoms, the DHB advises to please contact your doctor or Healthline ‘for free’ on 0800 358 5453 for advice about getting tested through your GP or an alternative testing location. 

🔸Question: what is an NHI #?
🔹Answer: an ‘NHI’ or National Health Index number is the unique identifier assigned to everyone who uses NZ’s health and disability support services

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19GetTested
National Hauora Coalition (NHC) is sharing a COVID-19 update.
National Hauora Coalition (NHC)
Posted on: Saturday August 29th, 2020 - 7:01 pm

🚨ADDITIONAL COVID-19 POP-UP TESTING SITE OPENS IN AUCKLAND🚨 at the War Memorial Park on May Road, Mt Roskill. From 8.30am-5pm Sunday to Monday ⬇️⬇️

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one.

If you do not have symptoms but are at a greater risk of poor health outcomes if you were to get COVID-19, then please head to a COVID-19 POP-UP testing site.

Also, if you have either been in contact with a confirmed or probable case, or have been at one of the workplaces or religious venues where COVID-19 has been identified, to get tested, even if you don't have symptoms.

It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these testing sites.

If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, please contact your doctor or Healthline ‘for free’ on 0800 358 5453 for advice about getting tested through your GP or an alternative testing location.

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
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Posted on: Saturday August 29th, 2020 - 5:56 pm

Just wanting to showcase the mahi of Taumarunui who earlier this week delivered a POP-UP Wellness Clinic in the carpark of the Taumarunui Memorial Hall. NHC kaimahi, from our very own Tiakina te Tangata Service, had great pleasure in supporting our TKCT whānau on this day too. Ka rawe o koutou mahi!

Definitely another example of Māori providers/organisations standing in unity to do what is needed to protect our whānau/communities from Covid-19.....

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#wevegotthis
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Just wanting to showcase the mahi of Taumarunui Kokiri Trust who earlier this week delivered a POP-UP Wellness Clinic in the carpark of the Taumarunui Memorial Hall.   NHC kaimahi, from our very own Tiakina te Tangata Service, had great pleasure in supporting our TKCT whānau on this day too.  Ka rawe o koutou mahi! 

Definitely another example of Māori providers/organisations standing in unity to do what is needed to protect our whānau/communities from Covid-19.....

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #MaoriandCovid19 #uniteagainstcovid19 #manawhānau_whānauoraImage attachmentImage attachment

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Posted on: Saturday August 29th, 2020 - 1:12 pm

Te Uru Whenua o Ngāti Whātua, in their kaitiakitanga role, carefully watching the borders at Te Hana alongside the police in a bid to keep north of Auckland Covid-19 free.

www.facebook.com/tekareremaorinews/videos/817719952097776/?vh=e&extid=0qFl90Pw5J9zNod2
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Posted on: Saturday August 29th, 2020 - 12:56 pm

🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - up to Sun 30th

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one now open today and tomorrow in West Auckland/Waitakere @Massey Community Hub, Massey.

If you do not have symptoms but are at a greater risk of poor health outcomes if you were to get COVID-19, then please head to a COVID-19 POP-UP testing site.

Also, if you have either been in contact with a confirmed or probable case, or have been at one of the workplaces or religious venues where COVID-19 has been identified, to get tested, even if you don't have symptoms.

It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these testing sites and when done receive a box of 50 masks too (similar to the approach with the South Auckland POP-UP Testing sites only)

If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, please contact your doctor or Healthline ‘for free’ on 0800 358 5453 for advice about getting tested through your GP or an alternative testing location.

🚫NB: this post has now been edited (30/9/2030) to now align with respective DHB and other govt FB pages that have edited posts since the PMs announcement.🚫

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
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🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - up to Sun 30th 

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one now open today and tomorrow in West Auckland/Waitakere @Massey Community Hub, Massey. 

If you do not have symptoms but are at a greater risk of poor health outcomes if you were to get COVID-19, then please head to a COVID-19 POP-UP testing site.  

Also, if you have either been in contact with a confirmed or probable case, or have been at one of the workplaces or religious venues where COVID-19 has been identified, to get tested, even if you dont have symptoms.

It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these testing sites and when done receive a box of 50 masks too (similar to the approach with the South Auckland POP-UP Testing sites only) 

If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, please contact your doctor or Healthline ‘for free’ on 0800 358 5453 for advice about getting tested through your GP or an alternative testing location. 

🚫NB: this post has now been edited  (30/9/2030) to now align with respective DHB and other govt FB pages that have edited posts since the PMs announcement.🚫

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
Posted on: Saturday August 29th, 2020 - 12:49 pm

🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - Sat 29th only

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one open today in West Auckland/Waitakere @Ranui Community Library, Ranui.

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these testing sites and when done receive a box of 50 masks too (just like out at the South Auckland sites)

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
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🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - Sat 29th only

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one open today in West Auckland/Waitakere @Ranui Community Library, Ranui. 

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these testing sites and when done receive a box of 50 masks too (just like out at the South Auckland sites) 

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
Posted on: Saturday August 29th, 2020 - 12:31 pm

🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - Sat 29th only

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one @Randwick Park, Manurewa.

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these sites and a box of masks…

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
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🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - Sat 29th only

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one @Randwick Park, Manurewa. 

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these sites and a box of masks…

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
Posted on: Saturday August 29th, 2020 - 12:28 pm

🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - Sat 29th only

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one @Lotofale’ia Tongan Methodist Church, Mangere.

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these sites and a box of masks…

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
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🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - Sat 29th only

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one @Lotofale’ia Tongan Methodist Church, Mangere. 

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these sites and a box of masks…

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
Posted on: Saturday August 29th, 2020 - 12:26 pm

🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - Sat 29th only

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one @Tupu Youth Library, Otara.

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these sites and a box of masks…

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
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🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - Sat 29th only

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one @Tupu Youth Library, Otara. 

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these sites and a box of masks…

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
Posted on: Saturday August 29th, 2020 - 12:24 pm

🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - up to Sun 30th

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one @Sturges Park, Otahuhu.

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these sites and a box of masks…

🚫NB: this post aligns with the Counties Manukau Health FB post of 29/8/2020🚫

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
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🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - up to Sun 30th 

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one @Sturges Park, Otahuhu. 

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these sites and a box of masks…

🚫NB: this post aligns with the Counties Manukau Health FB post of 29/8/2020🚫

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
Posted on: Saturday August 29th, 2020 - 12:20 pm

🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - up to Sat 29th only

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one @Te Matariki Clendon Community Centre

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these sites and a box of masks…

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
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🚨NOW CLOSED🚨 - up to Sat 29th only

Encouraging whānau Māori and Pacific Island families/communities to go for a COVID-19 test at a POP-UP Testing Site, like this one @Te Matariki Clendon Community Centre

You don’t need to have symptoms to be tested, this is open to EVERYONE. It should only take 10 seconds and you’ll receive all the information and support you need from these sites and a box of masks…

#wevegotthis #stopthespread #uniteagainstcovid19
#covid19POPUPsite_AKL
Posted on: Wednesday August 26th, 2020 - 10:42 pm

Tonight’s edition of 'The Whaanau Guide for Covid-19', looks at life in level 2 and how to mitigate risk as Aucklanders begin to travel outside of their border again. Featuring:

👉🏽Te Ropu Poa (Chief Executive of Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi)

👉🏽Dr Rawiri McKree Jansen (Clinical Director of the National Hauora Coalition)
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Posted on: Wednesday August 26th, 2020 - 1:45 pm

Our very own Clinical Director, Dr Rawiri McKree Jansen, appointed as the Māori voice to the COVID-19 response, Border and Testing Review Group.

“We acknowledge the proactive response by the Government with the appointment of Rawiri and the focus on equity in the Review’s terms of reference is a step towards recognising the Treaty Partnership we are working so hard for“ said Simon Royal, NHC CE

“look forward to seeing the delivery of equitable results for our whānau.” says SimonKua Rongo! Kua Tutuki!

Today the Health Minister Chris Hipkins MP announced Dr Rawiri Jansen as our Māori voice on the distinguished group to look in to our Covid response and our border and testing measures.

Dr Jansen was endorsed strongly by myself, Māori Ministers and the Māori caucus. Dr Jansen is well known in Māori Health Circles as a GP and health leader who has served on the marae, in our community and at a national level. I look forward to working with him. Below are the list of people announced alongside Sir Brian Roche and Heather Simpson.

•Dr Api Talemaitoga - GP, chair of NZ College of GPs Pacific Chapter.
•Dr Rawiri Jansen - GP, Papakura and Clinical Director of the National Hauora Coalition.
•Professor Philip Hill - McAuley Professor of International Health and Director of the Centre for International Health at the University of Otago.
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Our very own Clinical Director, Dr Rawiri McKree Jansen, appointed as the Māori voice to the COVID-19 response, Border and Testing Review Group.

“We acknowledge the proactive response by the Government with the appointment of Rawiri and the focus on equity in the Review’s terms of reference is a step towards recognising the Treaty Partnership we are working so hard for“ said Simon Royal, NHC CE

“look forward to seeing the delivery of equitable results for our whānau.” says Simon
Posted on: Monday August 24th, 2020 - 3:00 pm

As announced by the Prime Minister:

👉🏽Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland will remain in Alert Level 3 until 11:59pm on Sunday 30 August 2020.

👉🏽Tāmaki Makaurau, from 11:59pm on Sunday 30 August 2020, will then move into Alert Level 2 with restrictions of:
🚨only up to 10 people for mass gatherings
🚨tangihanga are exempt from this and can have a maximum of 50 people
This will remain in place until at least Sunday 6 September 2020.

👉🏽The rest of Aotearoa/New Zealand, will remain in Alert Level 2 with gatherings such as church services and social events, continuing to be limited up to 100 people. This will remain in place until at least Sunday 6 September 2020.

👉🏽From 11:59pm on Sunday 30 August 2020, face coverings on public and passenger transport will be the new normal. To help stop the spread, everyone must wear a face covering on buses, trains, ferries, planes, taxis, and Ubers. Face coverings should not be worn by young children, people who may be unable to remove them without assistance or people who have trouble breathing.

📌Remember📌
▶️wash your hands,
▶️2 metre physical distance,
▶️wear a mask when you're out and about
▶️go and get tested if you’ve got any of the symptoms – please call your doctor to get a test first
▶️encourage your whanau to go and get tested if they have any symptoms
▶️All testing is FREE.

#COVID19
#wevegotthis
#ManaWhānau_WhānauOra
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As announced by the Prime Minister:

👉🏽Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland will remain in Alert Level 3 until 11:59pm on Sunday 30 August 2020.

👉🏽Tāmaki Makaurau, from 11:59pm on Sunday 30 August 2020,  will then move into Alert Level 2 with restrictions of:
🚨only up to 10 people for mass gatherings
🚨tangihanga are exempt from this and can have a maximum of 50 people
This will remain in place until at least Sunday 6 September 2020.

👉🏽The rest of Aotearoa/New Zealand, will remain in Alert Level 2 with gatherings such as church services and social events, continuing to be limited up to 100 people.  This will remain in place until at least Sunday 6 September 2020.

👉🏽From 11:59pm on Sunday 30 August 2020, face coverings on public and passenger transport will be the new normal. To help stop the spread, everyone must wear a face covering on buses, trains, ferries, planes, taxis, and Ubers. Face coverings should not be worn by young children, people who may be unable to remove them without assistance or people who have trouble breathing.

📌Remember📌
▶️wash your hands, 
▶️2 metre physical distance, 
▶️wear a mask when youre out and about
▶️go and get tested if you’ve got any of the symptoms – please call your doctor to get a test first
▶️encourage your whanau to go and get tested if they have any symptoms 
▶️All testing is FREE.

#COVID19
#wevegotthis
#ManaWhānau_WhānauOra
National Hauora Coalition (NHC) shared a video from the playlist Māori Conversations.
National Hauora Coalition (NHC)
Posted on: Friday August 21st, 2020 - 6:44 pm

Dr. Rawiri Jansen and Associate Prof. Elana Curtis join Co-Leader and Candidate for Te Tai Hauāuru, Debbie Ngarewa-Packer, on to discuss the Māori pandemic response.

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Posted on: Thursday August 20th, 2020 - 10:42 pm

Dr Julea Dalley (Papakura Marae) and Dr Rawiri Jansen (National Hauora Coalition) join “The Whaanau Guide for Covid-19” to discuss a range of topics, such as the use of masks and explore the work, income and wage subsidies available for businesses and people affected by Covid-19.
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Posted on: Thursday August 20th, 2020 - 10:14 pm

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Otahuhu Health Centre now doing -19 Testing. Please call first to make an appoinment for your test/swab.We Do COVID-19 Testing. Please book an appoinment
1. If you are not our patient, please complete the link below
otahuhuhealth.co.nz/enrol/
2. Please call 09-2761190 to book an appointment
3. Come to the clinic given time and test will be done
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Otahuhu Health Centre now doing #COVID-19 Testing. Please call first to make an appoinment for your test/swab.
Posted on: Thursday August 20th, 2020 - 8:32 pm

“We must stand in solidarity and tuku whakaaro pai, whakaaro ora and whakaaro kaha as we navigate these uncertain times.”Now more than ever, we have to remember that we are all part of a 5 million strong team who are all doing our bit, wherever we are around the motu, to "stamp COVID-19 out". This is especially true in Tāmaki Makaurau who are the most affected by a second wave of COVID-19 community transmission. We must stand in solidarity and tuku whakaaro pai, whakaaro ora and whakaaro kaha as we navigate these uncertain times. ... See MoreSee Less

“We must stand in solidarity and tuku whakaaro pai, whakaaro ora and whakaaro kaha as we navigate these uncertain times.”
Posted on: Wednesday August 19th, 2020 - 9:57 pm

Using this time to acknowledge The and all their staff/kaimahi at the frontline of each of their x3 Community Testing Stations.

They continue to work tirelessly through each of these centres to protect our whānau/communities from the spread of COVID-19.

We can't thank-you enough!

E te whānau, we will get through this, and we will do it together.

Kia ū, kia māia, kia manawanui.

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Posted on: Monday August 17th, 2020 - 9:49 pm

Updated Community COVID-Testing Centres/Stations.......

🚨REMINDER🚨 to everyone who is going for a swab/getting tested:

🔸please wear a mask and gloves
(this keeps you and our healthcare workers safe)

🔸Take your ID
(This will help speed up the process for our nurses and you)

🔸Bring your ‘NHI’ number
(if you don’t know it you can get it from a prescription, prescription medicine label, hospital letter, x-ray/test result, ManageMyHealth profile, or ring your GP/GP Clinic)

🔸Be prepared to wait
(you may want to bring water and food)

🔸please don't forget to be patient/calm and kind
(Our teams are trying their best to ensure your information is loaded properly to make sure your swab tests are properly matched up to you)

‘NHI’ = National Health Index number - the unique identifier assigned to everyone who uses NZ’s health and disability support services

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Updated Community COVID-Testing Centres/Stations.......

🚨REMINDER🚨 to everyone who is  going for a swab/getting tested: 

🔸please wear a mask and gloves 
(this keeps you and our healthcare workers safe)

🔸Take your ID 
(This will help speed up the process for our nurses and you)

🔸Bring your ‘NHI’ number
(if you don’t know it you can get it from a prescription, prescription medicine label, hospital letter, x-ray/test result, ManageMyHealth profile, or ring your GP/GP Clinic)

🔸Be prepared to wait
(you may want to bring water and food)

🔸please dont forget to be patient/calm and kind
(Our teams are trying their best to ensure your information is loaded properly to make sure your swab tests are properly matched up to you)

‘NHI’ = National Health Index number - the unique identifier assigned to everyone who uses NZ’s health and disability support services

#Covid19
#MaoriandCovid19 #ManaWhanau_WhanauOra

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Posted on: Monday August 17th, 2020 - 6:42 pm

Yet another demonstration of the ability and commitment of Māori providers/organisations standing up in unity to do what is needed to protect our whānau/communities from Covid-19.....

Ka rawe o koutou mahi! Here we have some of the wonderful kaimahi of f, ,, and d working down at Ports of Auckland Covid-Testing Station. Also great to see whaea Anne Kendall (Chair of Te Hononga and Executive Officer of of) checking in on the team too......

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#Awesome A huge thankyou to our Kaimahi on our Covid-Testing Stations throughout Tāmaki Makaurau supporting our communities while in level 3.
Pictured here are some of our kaimahi working today at the testing stations at Ports of Auckland Photo Credit| Anne Kendall, Papakura Marae

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Yet another demonstration of the ability and commitment of Māori providers/organisations standing up in unity to do what is needed to protect our whānau/communities from Covid-19.....

Ka rawe o koutou mahi! Here we have some of the wonderful kaimahi of Te Hononga O Tamaki Me Hoturoa, HealthWest, and Te Whānau O Waipareira Trust working down at Ports of Auckland Covid-Testing Station.  Also great to see whaea Anne Kendall (Chair of Te Hononga and Executive Officer of Papakura Marae) checking in on the team too......

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Kathleen Manashlyn I see you 💜

Posted on: Sunday August 16th, 2020 - 10:13 am

Papakura Marae Health Clinic is open during ⚠️Alert Level 3. BUT please phone through to the clinic first on 09 297 2160 or email reception@papakuramarae.co.nz, so that their nurses and doctors can talk to you first and assess if you need to be seen in the clinic.

Remember, if you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 111.

Kia kaha, kia manaaki, kia haumaru🖤

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Papakura Marae Health Clinic is open during ⚠️Alert Level 3. BUT please phone through to the clinic first on 09 297 2160 or email reception@papakuramarae.co.nz, so that their nurses and doctors can talk to you first and assess if you need to be seen in the clinic.

Remember, if you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 111.

Kia kaha, kia manaaki, kia haumaru🖤

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Posted on: Saturday August 15th, 2020 - 7:33 pm

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📍REMINDER TO EVERYONE📍 If you have symptoms, head out for a test! – they are free/without charge and you have the options of: ▶️Community Testing Centres (aka Testing stations, aka CBACs) – just remember they are feeling the pressure of the increased demand for tests from our communities so expect to wait , so to speed up your testing process: 🔸Take your NHI number with you and a form of ID 🔸Wear a mask and wear gloves ▶️Designated Practices or Urgent Care Clinics ▶️Your family doctor/GP Clinic – just remember to 📞ring ahead, and if they cannot test you they will advise of the next best place to get tested. If you feel WELL and haven't been asked to test, then please stay at home and stay safe🙏🏽 If you are UNSURE about whether you need a test, call Healthline on 0800 358 5453 or your GP/family doctor. 🚨Also REMEMBER🚨 Be calm, Be kind and Be patient – as kaimahi/workers are working as quickly and safely as they can.

Posted on: Saturday August 15th, 2020 - 5:23 pm

Message from Kahurangi Naida Glavish to whānau within Tāmaki Makaurau



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