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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    The Ministry of Health is thanking people for staying vigilant regarding Covid-19

    The Ministry of Health is thanking people for staying vigilant regarding Covid-19


    Yesterday our laboratories processed more than three-thousand tests - nearly 500 from within Auckland.

    Across the region community testing remains open in Northcote, Western Springs, Otara and North Harbour.

    Northcare Accident and Medical, Whanau House in Henderson, the Whanau Ora Clinic in Wiri and urgent care clinics also offer testing.

    The Ministry is reminding people that no matter where they get swabbed - it's free of charge.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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    Christchurch:
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    Cricket:
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