Tui Ora - Covid-19 Community Response

Collaboration and urgency has been key to the proactive Covid-19 response by Tui Ora, key agencies, iwi and the broader Taranaki community.
Between April - May 2020 a number of Whānau Ora and health initiatives were implemented with urgency, all working toward the outcome of ensuring whānau Māori and the broader community had access to important hygiene goods, Covid-19 testing, flu vaccinations as well as support with other health and wellbeing services.
Watch our video to see Tui Ora staff and other agencies in action.

COVID-19 Response Information

  • Whānau with Covid-19 like symptoms are asked to contact their GP or call the dedicated Covid-19 Healthline 0800 358 5453.
  • Get in touch with Tui Ora Family Health by:
    Phone: 06 759 7310 or 0800 TUIORA (0800 884 672)
    Fax: 06 759 7309
    Email: [email protected]
    Location: 36 Maratahu St, New Plymouth

  • Symptoms of Covid-19 are like a range of other illnesses such as influenza and do not necessarily mean that you have the virus.
    They include
    • a cough
    • a high temperature (at least 38°C)
    • shortness of breath
    • sore throat
    • sneezing and runny nose
    • temporary loss of smell

Tui Ora continues to work closely with the Taranaki DHB, Ngāruahine Iwi Health Services, Ngāti Ruanui Health Centre, North Taranaki iwi and other health service providers to ensure vulnerable communities are well supported. If you or anyone in your whānau needs support with health or wellbeing needs, contact 06 759 4064 or 0800 TUIORA (0800 884 672).

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