We want you and your family to stay well. We need to protect our community from COVID-19
If you or your whānau are unwell, the best ways to get support are:
- call (not visit) your family doctor– for advice or information 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
- call Healthline free on 0800 358 5453:
- if you don’t have a family doctor
- if you’re feeling unwell but you’re not sure if you need to see a doctor
- for advice about what’s happening for you and next steps
- if you want some advice about a family member or a friend who’s sick (if you are with them)
- if you want advice on finding services near you – you can also check healthpoint.co.nz.
- if it’s a medical emergency – call 111.
- A medical emergency includes chest pain or tightness, difficulty breathing, choking, severe bleeding or bleeding that won’t stop, sudden weakness or difficulty talking, fainting or unconsciousness.
If you need to visit a Community Based Assessment Centre (CBAC) for a test for COVID-19, here are the instructions in English (with subtitles)
We have messages and information for a variety of cultures.
For general information about COVID-19 visit the websites below.