Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā provide information and resources specifically for Māori about the COVID-19 pandemic. This information has been developed by leading Māori medical experts for whānau Māori.
As tangata whenua, it’s important that Māori have access to tailored and relevant information, resources and practical guidance and advice on how to manage the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 Advice for Māori provides practical advice and guidance to whānau Māori that individuals, Māori Health Practitioners, marae, hapu and iwi can use to keep their whānau safe.
Information for our Kaumātua
Just like our tamariki, our kaumātua are living taonga. Unfortunately, kaumātua are most at risk from COVID-19. Anyone, especially kaumātua, are also more likely to get sick if you also have the following health conditions:
Information for hapu māmā, unborn pēpi and newborn pēpi.
The risks of COVID-19 to hapu māmā, unborn pēpi and newborn pēpi are still generally unknown.
While most hapu māmā who catch COVID-19 will have mild symptoms, it is important that we do everything to keep hapu māmā safe during this time.
For the period that Alert-Level 4 restrictions are in place, it is important that you and your whānau follow the basic advice for general hygiene.
General advice for hapu māmā:
For anyone leaving the whare:
For information about maternity care, labour, delivery, caring for your newborn pēpi and more during COVID-19 Alert Level 4 please visit the website link below.
166 Seventeenth Avenue, TAURANGA 3112
(opposite the Historic Village and the first building on the left on your way to Te Wananga o Aotearoa).
PO Box 2526,