Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) has the following advice for the public following the outbreak of a fire this morning at James Fletcher Drive, Favona.
Measles exposure and cases update: no new casesNo new measles cases have been identified by Auckland Regional Public Health Service to date.
Auckland southern motorway fire incident (08/03/2023)Update 1. 50pm, 08/03/2023Public health has assessed the risk of exposure to smoke was low.
Cyclone Gabrielle and Auckland flooding - public health media responses - 2023
Visit Auckland Emergency Management for updates on cyclone Gabrielle and flooding in your area.
Te Whatu Ora is urging green fingered kiwis to guard against Legionnaires' disease during the spring and summer gardening season.
Auckland Regional Public Health Service has placed a number of conditions on a proposed pest control programme in the Hunua Ranges to protect public health.
A Helen Clark Foundation and Health Coalition Aotearoa analysis of Marketview data, which uses EFTPOS to track spending habits, has found that Auckland fast food and takeaway businesses raked in...
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We send school communities information for students, parents and staff when someone with COVID-19 has attended while infectious.
Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) is contacting students and staff who may have been exposed to a student with infectious tuberculosis (TB) disease at the University of Auckland.
Find out about limiting the spread of diseases, healthy environments and the promotion of health and wellbeing in the Auckland region.
Find information for health professionals on notifiable diseases, advice and alerts, surveillance, refugee health, and vaccination.
Eligible children under five years old can be protected from TB with a free BCG vaccination.
We work with our Healthy Auckland Together coalition partners on changing our neighbourhoods so it is easy to eat well, be active and maintain a healthy weight.
Our environments have a profound impact on our health – from being able to commute without a car to the availability and price of fresh food.
We are promoting change through our city’s infrastructure, policy and planning, so all Aucklanders can live long and healthy lives.
We have a range of free resources to educate the community about keeping well and preventing disease. If you would like to use or share these, feel free, but please acknowledge the source.
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