covid-19

Be Kind, Stay Home,
Save lives.

Tēnā koutou e ngā uri o Ngāti Whātua.

We aim to start providing updates including what care and manaaki we can offer to our kaumātua and other with diabetes, respiratory conditions and other heart conditions, including a phone call as part of our welfare package. 

 

In the meantime, our staff at 0800 MY TE HA (0800 698 342) is our phone number for any further questions you might have that have not been answered by any of the previous websites. 

 

The main thing we are asking is for our whānau to stay safe, look after each other and follow all the health advice given by the Ministry of Health and others. 

 

Important contact information

Please find the governments official website with all the latest updates, research and advice in regards to the COVID-19 Coronavirus.
Healthline are available on 0800 611 116 free of charge or visit their website

The Frequently Asked Questions page answers a lot of the common questions whānau have.
Community Testing Centres - A COVID-19 Community Based Testing Clinic is for testing all people who have symptoms or have travelled and become unwell or developed symptoms
We aim to start providing updates including what care and manaaki we can offer to our kaumātua and other with diabetes, respiratory conditions and other heart conditions, including a phone call as part of our welfare package.
COVID-19 - Advice for public events and mass gatherings New Zealand is now at Alert Level 4. This means that gatherings of any size are cancelled and public venues are closed.

Stay safe, look after each other

Kōrero from the Rūnanga Board Chair, Dame Whaea Naida Glavish is as per below: Things we can do The following are some base tikanga that all of us can follow to support the huge efforts being put into ensuring there is no community spread of the virus that includes:

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HOROI

Hoiroia ō ringaringa – wash your hands

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Noho ki te kāinga

Noho ki te kāinga. If you don’t need to travel overseas, then don’t.

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māuiui koe?

Ki te māuiui koe, noho ki te kāinga anō. If you’re sick, stay home.

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Matihei ki ō tuketuke

Matihei ki ō tuketuke. If you sneeze, do it into your elbow

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Takahia te tikanga

Takahia te tikanga, kia ora ai te tikanga. Find alternatives to handshakes, hugs, and hongi – this is counter to who we are as an Iwi, but the best thing we can do, right now, is to show love and affection to one another. To reiterate – takahia te tikanga, kia ora ai te tikanga

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Tiakina ō tātou kaumātua

Tiakina ō tātou kaumātua. Please be mindful of our kaumātua.