Alert Level 3 – Auckland to South Waikato Alert Level 2 – Rest of Aotearoa
E te iwi nui tonu o Ngāti Maniapoto, tēnā koutou katoa.
The COVID-19 outbreak has changed our way of life, right across our rohe and the rest of Aotearoa.
During these uncertain times it is as important as ever that our whānau stay connected and support each other. The health and well-being of our people is the absolute priority.
In times of adversity, through our history, Maniapoto always regrouped, set out a plan and acted cohesively and decisively. We are faced with a significant challenge that we will overcome through holding fast to the guidelines. That means we maintain our isolation, we maintain our distances, we ensure we are following Ministry of Health and Government guidelines.
We ask all whānau to remain within your whānau bubble and keep yourselves safe.
We need to ensure as much as possible we are safe and that any support effort is done with the right safety systems in place.
We acknowledge those of our whānau that are involved in essential services during this time which requires them to still attend work. We extend our thanks to those kaimahi – ngā mihi.
Our call centre is running and contacting whānau particularly our kaumātua. We are working to ensure we can keep connected with whānau so we can coordinate support where this is needed.
We will be updating this website page and Facebook pages regularly with information related to COVID-19, so please keep checking in – with us and with other members of your whānau.