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COVID-19 announcement – Return to Level 3

Sunday 28 February 2021

Kia Ora, Mālō ē lelei, Talofa lava, Kia Orana

With further cases confirmed yesterday, the Government announced that the whole of Auckland will move from Alert Level 1 to Alert Level 3 for 7 days from 6 am this morning.

This decision was taken for two reasons – first it’s not immediately clear how the latest person to test positive got infected and second, that person has visited several large sites while potentially infectious.  It will take some time to identify and track down what could be a large number of people. 

Level 3 means:

  • stay home to protect your household bubble
  • if you have to go out, keep a 2-metre distance from people you don’t know
  • where possible you should keep your children home from school for this period.

School access
We will be open for those of you who have no other options but to send your children to school and we will have safety precautions in place to look after them.

Distance learning
We will activate our distance learning plan.   Our priority is to stay connected with you and your children.  We will do everything we need to for your children and your whānau. 

More information

If you aren’t sure if you have been to a place where someone with COVID has visited – please go to the Ministry of Health website for the ‘Locations of Interest’.

COVID-19 symptoms can vary a lot with each person, we are familiar with the following symptoms:

  • a new or worsening cough
  • fever (at least 38˚C)
  • shortness of breath
  • a sore throat
  • sneezing and runny nose
  • temporary loss of smell.

However, some people may present with less typical symptoms such as only one of the following:

  • muscle pain
  • fever
  • diarrhoea
  • headache
  • nausea/vomiting
  • confusion/irritability.

If you or your whānau experience any of these symptoms, please contact your GP or Healthline (0800 358 5453) for advice and get tested if advised to do so.

As the team at All Right? Say: It’s all right to feel over this right now but we all know what to do, we have done this before and we will do it again, together.

Please let us know if you have any concerns or questions.

Stay safe.  Be kind.  Ngā manaakitanga

 

Dr Deanna Johnston

Principal | Tumuaki

EdD, MEd, BEd, DipTchg

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