Kia ora. Thanks for staying home New Zealand. By staying home we can break the chain of transmission and save lives.
Symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to a range of other illnesses such as influenza and do not necessarily mean that you have COVID-19.
fever – coughing – difficulty breathing.
Difficulty breathing is a sign of possible pneumonia and requires immediate medical attention.
If you have these symptoms please contact Healthline (for free) on 0800 358 5453 or your doctor immediately. Call your doctor before visiting (Katikati Medical Centre ph 07 5490411)
The Katikati Community Centre are there for you. For advice and support phone 07 5490399 or Email email@example.com (the office is closed until further notice)
Katikati Taiao are working with all other service organisations in Katikati to ensure everyone is OK and has what they need throughout this difficult
The virus can stay on surfaces for hours/days so stay off playgrounds and the Diggelmann Park fitness equipment, for your own and others safety. Remember to wash your hands with soap for 20 minutes frequently.
Are you feeling anxious or just need someone to talk to? Free Call or text 1737 anytime 24 hours a day (0800 1737 1737)
Katikati Community Centre 07 5490399
KatiKati Information Centre 07 5491658
Katikati advertiser 07 021 986765
Kates Kabs 022 045 0525
St Peters Church 07 5490040
Katikati Christian Foodbank 5491038
Red Cross 5495599
Budget Advice 5780969
Plunket 0800 939922
Healthline 0800 3585453 or 0800 611 116
Health line for students 0800 515919
Lifeline 0800 543354 Youthline 0800 376633
Samaritans 0800 726666
Depression 0800 111757 www.depression.org.nz
Help for Carers www.carers.net.nz
Age Concern 07 5782631 firstname.lastname@example.org
Citizens Advice Bureau 0800 367 222 www.cab.org.nz
Emergency Dial 111 Non emergency Dial 105 (105.police.govt.nz).
Crimestoppers 0800 555111 www.crimestoppers-nz.org
If you are unwell call Healthline on 0800 358 5453.