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April - COVID-19 vaccine, Rheumatic Fever, Smokefree Action Plan consultation, Drive Smokefree for Tamariki campaign 
March - Spotlight on notifiable diseases, Measles and Mumps, Refugee and Migrant Health, COVID-19 Vaccine
January/February - COVID-19 Update, New members join the Public Health team, Smokefree update, Lead detected in Otago drinking water

COVID-19: Information for Pacific Communities

The latest COVID-19 information and advice for our Pacific communities. There are also videos that have been produced by the Ministry of Pacific Peoples in nine Pacific languages as well as English, plus links to important web pages and social media sites so that you have the most up to date information.​​

COVID-19: Visitor policy in Alert Level 1 at Waikato DHB

Use the hand sanitiser provided before entering the hospital and after visiting. 
Use the NZ COVID Tracer app and scan code displayed at facility entrances.
Hospital visiting hours: 11am to 1.30pm and 4pm to 8pm
If you are unwell, please do not visit
Children are welcome to visit if supervised
There may be visiting restrictions in some areas such as Critical Care, Newborn Intensive Care Unit, Emergency Department or Henry Rongomau Bennett Centre and will be at the discretion of the charge nurse...

COVID-19 vaccination

... te iwi, ka puta ki te wheiao."
​"To protect the wellbeing of our people is paramount."
Kiingi Tuuheitia Pootatau Te Wherowhero Te Tuawhitu

When will I be vaccinated? Click here for more informationThe Ministry of Health is leading the COVID-19 vaccination programme and is working closely with district health boards to carefully plan and deliver the roll-out across New Zealand. 

The vaccine being used is the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine (sometimes also referred to as Comirnaty).