E te whānau, tautokohia te kaupapa. We all need to work together to keep Tairāwhiti COVID-19 free.
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You will be invited to do the screening test in the next 2 years. Meng will show you how.
Whāia te hauora i roto i te kotahitanga - A Healthier Tairāwhiti by Working Together
Depending on your illness, there are different places you and your whānau can go for health care in Tairāwhiti.
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Find out what to do in a mental health emergency here
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Tairāwhiti (and new Zealand) is now in COVID Alert 2 and Auckland is in Alert level 3 for seven days. This came into effect at 6am on Sunday 28 February.
Saturday 27 February marks a historic day for Tairāwhiti, when the first vaccinations for COVID-19 will be given to border workers.
As the first Pasifika Clinical Leader of a Physiotherapy Department at a New Zealand DHB, its a passion for helping others and growing cultural understanding that guides Oka Sanerivi’s work.“This will be an adventure in many ways.