Tuesday 25 October 2022Waitaha Canterbury Pānui2 minutes to read
In this edition of Te Whatu Ora Waitaha | Canterbury Pānui
With new daily COVID-19 cases still ticking up, the public health requirements to isolate for seven days if positive and wear masks in healthcare settings will remain until further notice.
Also, in this edition, we recognise some of our COVID-19 vaccinators and celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights. The new Blood Bank in Parkside West has had its official opening ceremony ahead of the first day of operation tomorrow (26 October). The Fracture Liaison Service team marked World Osteoporosis Day last week, and you can read more about their work to prevent and treat issues associated with bone health.
It's Tokelau Language Week and you can test your knowledge of iconic New Zealand attractions.
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