We are at Level 4 of New Zealand’s four-level COVID-19 alert system. It is likely Level 4 measures will stay in place for a number of weeks.
What does self-isolation mean?
Self-isolation means staying at home. The Government has asked all New Zealanders to stay at home to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
If you become unwell while self-isolating
If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 like a cough, fever, shortness of breath, sneezing or a runny nose, you should call your doctor.
If you do not have a regular doctor, you can call Healthline (for free) on 0800 358 5453.
If you are in need of urgent assistance, contact emergency services (dial 111).
The COVID-19 leave and self-isolation scheme financially supports workers to self-isolate. Helping businesses and workers do the right thing.
Read more information including how to apply at workandincome.govt.nz
Make a difference by supporting friends, neighbours and whānau, especially the elderly and vulnerable.
Everyone should stay at home. This is the best thing we can all do to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Wash your hands
Wash often. Use soap. 20 seconds. Then dry. This kills the virus by bursting its protective bubble.
From 24/03/2020 Clutha Development staff members will be working from home so if you want to touch base with someone please give us a call. If you have questions we will endeavour to answer them, or find answers for you in this changing environment, but mostly we can offer a sounding board should you need one. Click here for contact details.