Two further deaths from Covid-19

The latest updates from the Prime Minister and Director-General of Health – Day 29 of Alert Level 4: In his briefing today Dr Ashley Bloomfield sadly reported the death of two New Zealanders. One woman in her sixties has passed away in Dunedin Hospital, arrangements were made for her family to visit her last night.

Probable case tests negative for COVID-19

The Whanganui District Health Board today announced that the probable case of COVID-19 in the Whanganui region has tested negative from the most recent swab. This follows an earlier swab that produced inconclusive results. Click on the link below to read more: Media advisory April 23 – 9th case (1)

Level 3 rules for hunting confirmed

  Hon Grant Robertson Minister for Sports and Recreation   Hon Eugenie Sage Minister of Conservation Minita mō Te Papa Atawhai 23 April 2020 Level 3 rules for hunting confirmed Hunters will be able to hunt on private land with special restrictions when New Zealand moves to COVID-19 Alert Level 3, but not on public

Covid-19 claims another NZ life

The latest updates from the Government include details of a further death: https://www.facebook.com/UniteAgainstCovid19/photos/a.103240647982042/138643564441750/?type=3&theater A pop-up testing station will operate in Marton on Friday at Te Poho o Tuariki – please let your whānau in that area know.