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Auckland is at Alert Level 4, which means some changes to our hospitals and clinics. Find out moreAs always, we're here if you need us.

Alert level 4

Have you been in Auckland City Hospital at any time since Tuesday 10 August? You might be contacted by the Public Health team and asked to get a test.

If you have any COVID-19 symptoms, don’t wait to be contacted – get a test and isolate until you have received a negative result.

Find out where to get a test().

Safety measures across our sites

COVID-19 is in the community, but we’re taking every precaution to keep our staff and patients safe.

All public shopping areas are closed in our hospitals, we’re keeping physical distance, and everyone is sanitising and wearing a face mask.

So if you need us, we’re here for you. If you have any COVID-19 symptoms but need our care, please phone 09 367 0000 for advice before you arrive.

Visitors

Auckland is in Alert level 4 which means some changes for our patients and visitors. 

Alert level 4 information for patients and visitors.

Labour and birthing

Find more information about your support people at National Women's Health() or call your midwife or lead maternity career.

Testing

We understand that people may be feeling anxious, but it’s important the right people get access to testing.

You need to get tested if you are a contact or have visited a location of interest at the specific dates and times or you have cold and flu symptoms.

To help speed up the process for our staff at testing centres, if you know your NHI number please bring it with you If you don’t have it, don’t worry it’s more important that you come for your test.

When you are awaiting a test result please self-isolate and follow the guidance you are given after your test.

Call your GP, a designated practice or urgent care clinic to see if they have availability before attending a community testing centre. You can find a full list of where to get a test at Healthpoint().

Auckland health authorities are urging anyone wanting to get a test today to please call your GP, a designated practice or urgent care clinic to see if they have availability before attending a community testing centre. 

Time to get your jab?

Wondering where to get your COVID-19 vaccination()?

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