A word on Covid-19

You may have been wondering what Covid-19 means for our clinics now that we move again into Level 4.

The status update doesn’t change what New Zealand is doing to respond to coronavirus.

As at the time of writing this, there are 138 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in New Zealand, and it is pleasing to know they are all doing well and are at home.  While we expect more cases, the Ministry of Health says that with continued vigilance the chance of widespread community outbreak is unpredictable given we are now dealing with the Delta strain.

We can all be vigilant about our own health and the health of our families and staff. Vaccination centres are being put up in several locations in Auckland, you can find out where here: Where to get vaccinated. If you would like to learn more about the Pfizer vaccine, click here: How does the vaccine work?

As you could expect from us at anytime, we continue to focus on good hygiene practices. Hand washing and good cough etiquette are important tools in preventing the spread of illness including colds, flu and COVID-19.

You can read more about our hygiene practices under our FAQ’s.

Anj Young
Clinical Director

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