The Government has confirmed that Northland will move to Alert Level 3 at midnight tonight.
Uncertainty about where the recent positive COVID-19 case has visited in Northland has led to the region going hard to try and prevent an outbreak.
“Given our low vaccination rates it is imperative that we stop any potential spread of COVID-19 in its tracks”, said acting chief executive Jeanette Wedding.
“Until we identify all of the locations of interest associated with the positive case we need to be extremely cautious.”
Locations of interest will be available on the Ministry of Health website as they are confirmed. Until then anyone in Northland who has COVID-19 symptoms is asked to please get tested, and isolate until you receive your result.
Locations of interest will be available on the Ministry of Health website.
Screening at the front door of all of our hospitals is in place and remains at Alert Level 3:
To maintain good protection for our staff, patients and their whānau, the revised Alert Level 3 Visitor Policy is now in place at all Northland DHB facilities, as follows:
Anyone in Northland who has COVID-19 symptoms is asked to please get tested, and isolate until you receive your result.
You can help stamp out the virus by getting vaccinated. Visit a local vaccination centre or book your vaccine today.
Police advise the existing checkpoints remain in place.
• SH1/Mangawhai Road (Twin Coast Discovery Highway) • Mangawhai Road / north of Coal Hill Road • Black Swamp, west of Rako Road • Mangawhai Road and Cames Road • Mangawhai Road and Ryan Road
Note: Mangawhai Road also known as Twin Coast Discovery Highway