Hutt Valley District Health Board

Community Organisation

Hutt Valley District Health Board
638 High Street
Boulcott
Lower Hutt 5010
35 days ago

Today’s COVID-19

Gemma Elizabeth from Hutt Valley District Health Board

Please see today’s COVID-19 update in the table below.

We publish these figures every week day to give you a clearer picture of what is happening in our area.

The total number of cases is a running total. This means the total, minus the number of people recovered, gives the number of active … View more
Please see today’s COVID-19 update in the table below.

We publish these figures every week day to give you a clearer picture of what is happening in our area.

The total number of cases is a running total. This means the total, minus the number of people recovered, gives the number of active cases. We are not able to break the data down any further at this stage.

It’s important to note that if there are no reported cases in a particular district it doesn’t mean that the risk of infection does not exist. Please continue practicing social distancing from others, wash hands regularly, and practice good cough etiquette.

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38 days ago

Today’s COVID-19 update

Gemma Elizabeth from Hutt Valley District Health Board

Please see today’s COVID-19 update in the table below.

We publish these figures every week day to give you a clearer picture of what is happening in our area. The total number of cases is a running total. This means the total, minus the number of people recovered, gives the number of active … View more
Please see today’s COVID-19 update in the table below.

We publish these figures every week day to give you a clearer picture of what is happening in our area. The total number of cases is a running total. This means the total, minus the number of people recovered, gives the number of active cases. We are not able to break the data down any further at this stage.

It’s important to note that if there are no reported cases in a particular district it doesn’t mean that the risk of infection does not exist. Please continue practicing social distancing from others, wash hands regularly, and practice good cough etiquette.

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56 days ago

#StayHomeNZ

Gemma Elizabeth from Hutt Valley District Health Board

We all have a part to play. Please stay at home NZ and together we can help stop the spread of COVID ❤️

Photo: Nightshift ED team ❤️
The team's hats were all made by Cath a registered nurse who used to work in our ED. 🥰 #StrongerTogether #StayHomeNZ

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56 days ago

Teddy Bear Hunt

Gemma Elizabeth from Hutt Valley District Health Board

Someone is trying to sneak out of the house...😂

Thanks Rebecca for sending it in ❤️

Did anyone see any teddy bears today?
Please remember if you are going for a walk:
✅stay close to your home
✅Only go by yourself or those you are self-isolating with
✅Keep your distance - keep the 2 … View more
Someone is trying to sneak out of the house...😂

Thanks Rebecca for sending it in ❤️

Did anyone see any teddy bears today?
Please remember if you are going for a walk:
✅stay close to your home
✅Only go by yourself or those you are self-isolating with
✅Keep your distance - keep the 2 meter rule

For more information about staying home and what that means – visit www.covid19.govt.nz...

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60 days ago

no-visitors policy

Gemma Elizabeth from Hutt Valley District Health Board

Kia ora whānau,
In line with the Government’s directive that we were to escalate to COVID-19 alert level 4 protocol from midnight on 25 March Hutt Valley DHBs’ facilities will be adopting a no-visitors policy with only a few notable exceptions.

The exceptions include a nominated person who is… View more
Kia ora whānau,
In line with the Government’s directive that we were to escalate to COVID-19 alert level 4 protocol from midnight on 25 March Hutt Valley DHBs’ facilities will be adopting a no-visitors policy with only a few notable exceptions.

The exceptions include a nominated person who is supporting a terminal patient through end of life care, a parent/guardian who is supporting a child, and a birthing partner for women in labour.

The decision about whether exceptional circumstances apply – eg a person with an impairment who has specific needs from a skilled person – is at the discretion of clinical teams.

Thank you for your support as we work to slow the spread of COVID-19 and help save lives.
Read more here: lnkd.in...

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