We remain at Level 2
Updated Tuesday 21 September
Tēnā koutou e te whānau,
- Auckland will move to Alert Level 3 at 11:59pm on Tuesday 21 September.
- The rest of New Zealand will remain at Alert Level 2.
- We will keep this page updated and if you need help, please reach out.
Our offices at Alert Level 2
Our offices will remain closed at Alert Level 2. Our kaimahi are encouraged to work from home until Alert Level 1, but out of sight doesn’t mean out of mind, and if you want to contact any of us, please:
- phone us on our mobiles; or
- phone us on 0800 642 847; or
- email us at email@example.com
We’re doing our bit to keep the risk of COVID exposure and transmission in our community to a bare minimum, and we know that you’re doing your bit too, so we thank you and can’t wait to see you in Alert Level 1!
Contact us for awhi
Whānau we can help you get through these difficult times. Our dedicated hononga team are happy to kōrero.
Te Tauihu vaccination clinics and information
Bookings are essential. Call 0800 ORANGA (672 642).
Te Piki Oranga can help with transport to and from the clinics, just let them know when you book your appointment.
Young people aged 12–15 years are now eligible to book an appointment to be vaccinated when their parent or caregiver books an appointment.
This makes it easier and more convenient for the whole family to be vaccinated at the same time. It also enables young people to have the support of their parents and caregivers at vaccination appointments.
Walk-in and weekend clinics are also available in different locations around the motu.
Find your closest clinic at https://www.healthpoint.co.nz/covid-19-vaccination/.
Each person getting vaccinated will need a separate appointment.
For more vaccine information visit: www.nmdhb.govt.nz/vaccine
Health and wellbeing resources
We encourage you to reach out to whānau - make sure no-one is isolated. Use phone calls, video calls or messages to keep connections strong.
If you have good resources to share with whānau, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Te Whare Tapa Whā
Te Whare Tapa Whā speaks to the four cornerstones of Māori health and wellbeing. We can use this model to help look after ourselves and those in our whānau.
Te Whare Tapa Whā (covid19.govt.nz)
- Looking after your mental wellbeing
- Keep children safe and reassured
- Where to go for help
- Free tools, resources and apps
Family Support Directory - a searchable database of agencies that provide support, advice and assistance.
In Te Tauihu? Visit Te Kotahi o Te Tauihu Trust on Facebook.
Papa Kāinga TV - for tamariki 5-15
Health and Safety
Advice from Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa (Worksafe), including working from home guidance.
You should also follow the Ministry of Health’s public health guidance on good hygiene and cleaning practices.
We are here for you and ready to assist.
0800 642 847
Changes at Level 2
- Read the full set of Alert Level 2 guidelines on the Unite Against COVID website - this information may change so check regularly.
- Current locations of interest in New Zealand
- Guidance for businesses
- Find out more about Alert Level 4
You must keep track of where you have been
The Ministry of Health tracing app is called NZ COVID Tracer. It is available on both the Google Play and Apple online stores.
Please remain vigilant with social distancing and hygiene, stay home if you are sick, and use the NZ COVID19 Tracer app to scan in to places you visit.
So you can make an informed choice about the COVID-19 vaccine, a special website has been created. Whānau from around the motu share their experiences, opinions and questions about COVID-19 and the vaccine on https://karawhiua.nz/.
The site is available in te reo Māori and English.