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Flu Vaccinations 2022

Flu Vaccinations 2022

Flu Vaccinations are available in clinic from April 1, 2022. Below is a brief explanation regarding the virus strains and the vaccines used to help fight them, for a complete resource regarding influenza and the vaccines please refer to www.influenza.org.nz. Please...

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What to Do if You Test Positive for COVID-19

What to Do if You Test Positive for COVID-19

With the rapid rise of COVID-19 and the Omicron strain it seems harder and harder to avoid the virus. Though prevention is still the key to keeping our whānau and community safe, at times, the virus still finds a way into our homes. It may seem unnerving and even...

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RATs Roll Out

RATs Roll Out

RATs; What are They and Where to Get Them Rapid antigen tests or RATs are self administered tests done independently or with supervision of a healthcare professional. The test is a frontal nose swab with results being available from 15 to 20 minutes after the test is...

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The Big Boost

The Big Boost

The Big Boost is on now. Boosters are the best way to fight Omicron and protect yourself and your whānau. If you’re 18+ and had your second dose at least 3 months ago, you can get your free booster now. [To make a booking, give us a call at PH 09 418 3832] [Call us if...

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Protect Your Tamariki Against COVID-19

Protect Your Tamariki Against COVID-19

Keep your tamariki safe and help protect your whānau and community from COVID-19. If you have tamariki who are 5 to 11-years-old, come and see our friendly team to get their free COVID-19 immunisation. [To make a booking, give us a call at PH 09 418 3832] [Call us if...

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My Covid Record Goes Live

My Covid Record Goes Live

As we move into more unprecedent times some good news has come in the form of the My Covid Record website going live, allowing people to view their vaccination records. In late November the site will also provide users with Covid-19 test results along with their...

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How our brains track where we and others go

How our brains track where we and others go

As COVID cases rise, physically distancing yourself from other people has never been more important. Now a new UCLA study reveals how your brain navigates places and monitors someone else in the same location. Published Dec. 23 in Nature, the findings...

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