GET TESTED If you have any of the symptoms of COVID-19, call Healthline on 0800 358 5453 or your local GP to see if you need to be tested or not. Find Out How What is Telehealth? Telehealth is a medical appointment held when the patient (you) and provider (your doctor/GP or medical specialist) are not in the same physical location. The appointment uses digital technology – usually via a secure video or telephone conference call. Learn More Pacific Discussion Panel Medical professionals discuss Coronavirus in various Pacific languages to help advise on how communities can keep themselves safe. Watch Discussions Talanoa with Dr Api There is so much information about the Coronavirus it can get confusing at times about what to do. The daily update with Dr Api Talemaitoga is a way to look at your questions and concerns from a Pacific perspective. View Dr Api Videos

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This website has been set up to help get information out to our Pacific communities to help us in the battle against coronavirus. Information, updates and advice are available in Pacific languages.

Talanoa with Dr Api

Dr Api Talemaitoga shares regular updates about the coronavirus to answer your questions and concerns from a Pacific perspective.

Pacific Discussion Panels

These programmes are developed in Pacific languages that shares key information that is important and critical for us to know and understand about the Coronavirus.

COVID-19 Testing – Important Information

We are still doing high numbers of FREE COVID-19 tests in Auckland which means our COVID-19 testing centres (CBACs) and general practices are busy.

What We're Fighting

What is Coronavirus?

Covid-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and breathing by a type of Coronavirus. There are some simple steps you can take to protect you and your family.

Symptoms

These symptoms don’t always mean you have the Coronavirus, in fact they’re similar to common illnesses such as the cold and flu.

Get Tested

The only way to tell if you’ve got the Coronavirus is to be tested. This involves getting a swab from your mouth, throat or the back of the nose.

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