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COVID-19 affect on planned rebuild of the Henry Rongomau Bennett Centre - February 2021
Corporate Office and IT Projects - November 2020
COVID-19 contact tracing - June 2020
COVID-19 hospitalisation and admission - June 2020
Complaints (Patient) August 2020
Car Park Structure - August 


October - COVID-19 update, Kia Kaha Te Wiki o Te Reo Maaori, Welcome back Public Health Unit staff, Calving season, Health and wellbeing in Asian students report, Respiratory Virus update
September - COVID-19 update, IT update, World Hepatitis Day, Welcome to new Public Health Unit staff, Respiratory Virus Update, Reminder: lab requests, and Notifiable diseases - July 2021
June/July - COVID-19 update, IT Outage update, Crate Day report, WorkWell
April - COVID-19 vaccine, Rheumatic Fever, Smokefr...

COVID-19 information for pregnant women and new mums

If you are pregnant or due to give birth soon, hearing about COVID 19 cases in the Waikato community can be stressful, the information in this section will hopefully take some of the uncertainty away and give you information about what Waikato maternity services are available to you and the level 3 COVID-19 changes; Waikato Hospital and many of the primary birth facilities have made to services to keep you, your baby, your whānau and our staff safe during this time.

This section also gives prac...

COVID-19 public information

... Alert Level 2.

These parts include:

Waitomo District, including Te Kuiti
Waipa District
Ōtorohanga District
Te Kauwhata
Hamilton City and some surrounding areas 
Refer to the boundary map 

The government website Unite Against COVID-19 brings together information for the public on health, travel, business, looking after each other, financial assistance etc. 

The official Ministry of Health website is still the main source of all up-to-date New Zealand COVID-19 healt...

COVID-19 Waikato support services

Support services located across the Waikato region to help you and your whānau with the following:

Taha Tinana
Physical health including kai and medical access
Taha Hinengaro
Mental health and wellbeing
Taha Whānau
Social connectedness, whānau support
Taha Wairua
Spiritual wellbeing, feeling of connection
Physical environment, housing, heating, utilities, phyiscal resources, employment, education
Iwi Katoa
Access to society and information
Find support closest to you: