Tūhourangi COVID-19 Response

Your TTA Trustees are working closely with the Te Arawa Hub COVID-19 response team. As new information comes to hand we will keep you updated.

Stay informed

We encourage all whānau to follow the Te Arawa COVID website and Facebook pages.

Health information

Eligible for the flu jab?

You can call your GP or your medical centre, or all Healthline on 0800 358 5453. If you're over 65, have underlying health issues or are hapū, you're eligible for free Flu jabs.

Are you worried for your health?

If you or any of your whānau think you may have contracted COVID-19, please call NZ COVID-19 Healthline on 0800 358 5453 OR call your GP. DO NOT just show up at the GP Practice or Community Based Assessment Centre.

If you are generally feeling unwell, please contact your GP Practice or call Healthline on 0800 611 611 or 111 in an emergency. Don't delay in seeking medical assistance for ANY health conditions.

Other useful information

Worried about paying for kai, rent, etc?

It is important to know that there is still support available if you need it.

For financial support, contact Te Arawa Whānau Ora Collective (07 213 1995) or you can contact Work and Income NZ (0800 559 009).

Te Arawa Whānau Ora also have Whānau Direct funding available for kai, utility bills and more, please email Whānau Direct for more information.

Worried for your safety?

Women’s Refuge is operating. Sadly, some may use COVID19 to further isolate their partners, which can also mean more opportunities to perpetrate and conceal violence. If you or someone you care about is being abused, reach out. Free phone 0800 733 843.
If you or a family member are in immediate danger, phone 111.

Just want to talk to someone?

If you’re struggling and need to talk to someone, we encourage you to reach out. Free call or text 1737 to have a chat with a trained counsellor. They’re available for free, day and night.

Need business support?

Check out the Unite Against COVID-19 webpage.

Remember the 10 'Golden Rules'

1. Stay home if you are sick

2. Wash your hands

3. Call Healthline or your doctor if you have symptoms

4. Sneeze or cough into your elbow, wash your hands and keep things clean

5. If a health official says you need to isolate, you have to do it

6. Keep track of where you’ve been and who you’ve seen

7. Businesses should display QR codes for contact tracing

8. If you are worried about underlying conditions, talk to your doctor

9. Stay vigilant – COVID-19 is still in the world

10. Look after each other and yourselves, be patient.

He waka eke noa.

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