Information about COVID-19 and what to do if you live in Gisborne
Anyone who is sick with respiratory symptoms, please stay home and contact your GP.
This is especially important if you have recently travelled out of town; even if you only have very mild symptoms, it is vital to be tested and not expose others.
If you have traveled out of town recently and don’t have any symptoms, you don’t need to be tested.
Please continue physical distancing of at least 1 – 2 metres. Continue to wash your hands regularly and other good hygiene habits. This now includes wearing a mask in public if you may be infectious.
Healthcare workers are working as hard as they can to make sure that people who are sick can be seen and tested if required. There may be a delay to test everyone. That is why it is important that people who are sick, stay home. Please keep calm and be patient.”
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