COVID-19 | Northland DHB



Current State


As at 5pm, 3 July 2020

Confirmed Active Cases*  

in Northland 



in New Zealand
1,180 18

  * figures can fluctuate

 On 3 July, 2020 - No Active/Confirmed Cases in Northland

Update #88 - 3 July 2020

Update #87 - 2 July 2020

Today there are two new cases of COVID-19 to report in managed isolation and quarantine facilities in New Zealand. There continue to be no new cases in the community.

Six cases are now considered recovered, bringing the number of active cases in New Zealand to 18. All are in managed isolation or quarantine facilities.

Our total number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 is now 1,180, which is the number we report to the World Health Organization.

Yesterday our laboratories completed 3,329 tests, bringing the total number of tests completed to date to 405,329.  The rolling seven day average is 5271.

One person remains in Auckland City Hospital in a stable condition on a ward.

Update #86 - 30 June 2020

Update #85 - 26 June 2020


There will still be wide testing of people with cold or flu-like symptoms as part of our ongoing community testing and surveillance for the virus.

The main clarification in the case definition that was updated yesterday means that not everyone who is tested will need to self-isolate while they are awaiting the results of their test ‐ only those who have respiratory symptoms and have had one or more of the following in the last 14 days: 

-        Contact with a confirmed of probable case 

-        International travel 

-        Direct contact with someone who has travelled overseas 

-        History of working on an international aircraft or shipping vessel 

-        Cleaning at international airport or maritime ports or areas frequently visited by international visitors 

Venues and Times

Rawene - COVID-19 Testing on GP Clinic Days


 Monday and Thursday


 Monday and Wednesday


 Monday through to Friday


 Monday, Wednesday and Friday













From 6 July, 2020


Venue Location

Type of Venue



 79 Okara Drive
Cricket Association Car Park


9am - 2pm

10am - 2pm


Awakino Road – Dargaville

 Portacom at the rear of Outpatients

Monday, Wednesday & Friday
9am - 2pm

 Far North

Kaitaia Hospital
29 Redan Road Kaitaia

Whare at front of the hospital

Monday, Wednesday & Friday
9am - 2pm 

Mid North 

Turner Centre, 43 Cobham Road


Monday, Wednesday & Friday
9am - 2pm


RSA carpark, Kaikohe

Te Rūnanga Ā Iwi Ngāpuhi Camper

Monday - Friday
10am - 2pm


Raynor Street - Kawakawa 

Ngāti Hine Health Trust

Monday - Friday
9am - 2pm

Update #84 - 10 June 2020

Normal visiting hours are back in place at our hospitals as the country adjusts to life in Alert Level 1.

Our sincere thanks to you all for respecting our visiting restrictions over the past couple of months.

Your understanding and patience have helped us all in our fight against COVID-19.

 Please continue to keep yourself and our patients safe by following these three simple rules:

  • please observe good hand hygiene (we have hand sanitizers at all of our main entrances) and cough/ sneeze etiquette at all times
  • do not visit patients if you are unwell (please stay away if you have a cold or the flu!)
  • It’s still important we all ‘keep a record’ of places we have been. Follow whatever contact tracing option best suits you – for some, this may mean using the NZ COVID Tracer app on your smartphone to scan the QR codes at our front entrances; for others, it may be a matter of registering on arrival.


Visiting hours for our hospitals; Kaitaia Hospital, Bay of Islands Hospital and Dargaville and Whangarei are 11am-8pm.

  • Some departments including the Children’s Ward and specialist care units at Whangarei Hospital have different visiting times click here to double check.
  • Parking charges also apply at Whangarei Hospital during business hours.








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