Sunday 7 March 2021Media release2 minutes to read
Now that we’re back at Alert Level 1 restrictions on visitors have eased at Canterbury DHB’s heath facilities.
Full details of the Visitor Policy under Alert Level 1 can be found on our COVID-19 information page.
COVID-19 clinical advisor, infectious diseases physician, Dr Alan Pithie, said everyone visiting any DHB building was still required to check in using the QR code for the government’s COVID-19 Tracer App or sign in manually at the front entrance.
“Alert Level 1 isn’t Alert Level none – and everyone still needs to play their part to keep up all the good habits which have helped keep the Canterbury community free of COVID for months now.
You can call your own general practice team or Healthline on 0800 358 5453 for free health advice 24/7
All health services are being provided as normal, and the Park & Ride shuttle for Christchurch Hospital is now taking the usual number of people – please remember to bring a mask or face covering.
“While it may feel like we’re back to business as usual, it’s important that we don’t let our guard down as a community case could change everything,” Alan Pithie said.
Page last updated: 7 March 2021
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