COVID-19

Updates on how we are responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic

AT ALL TIMES FOLLOW THE ADVICE OF THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND RELEVANT GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS

IF YOU ARE FEELING UNWELL PLEASE CONTACT HEALTHLINE ON 0800 358 5453

CURRENT CHANGES

UPDATE: MONDAY 13 DECEMBER, 2021

As of Tuesday 14 December 2021, The Pukete Neighbourhood House will require My Vaccine Passes for entry

Some important updates are provided below. Questions can be directed to contactus@pukete.org.nz

 

Details below

If you are sick, or have cold/flue like symptoms, please remain at home.

Please contact Healthline, or your doctor and seek advice on getting a COVID-19 test.

On 30 November, Hamilton City Council voted to mandate My Vaccine Passes for entry in to ALL Council managed facilities, this includes the Te Rapa Sportsdrome. This is the building in which the Pukete Neighbourhood House operates from.

As a result, the following conditions will apply for those accessing our building;

  • My Vaccine passes are a requirement for those entering the building, this must be shown and verified before entering. Security staff will be on-site to check this.

  • Face coverings, and QR code scanning is still required for entry.

  • This process will come into effect from Tuesday 14th December 2021
     

To ensure everyone has access to the services they require, regardless of vaccination status we will be operating as per below

  • Kaivolution Freestore will continue to operate as it currently does, outside.

  • Foodbank requests, can still be processed over the phone or via email and www.heretohelpu.nz

  • Our full team are available via the phone (07) 849 1115 or via email which you can find on our website by clicking here 

  • Our team are 100% committed to developing contactless, remote or unique ways of providing you with the support you require.
     

We understand that this may cause some frustration, and please know that frustration is shared. Much of this decision has been taken out of our hands as we navigate these changing times. Please be assured we are doing the best we can for our community and staff to ensure their ongoing well-being. This will remain in place until further notice.

We want to reiterate that we are still here to support you all, it may just look different to what we are used too.

If you are unsure, simply contact us before you choose to visit our centre.

We ask you to follow all reasonable instructions from staff - Those who cannot, will be asked to leave the building. Together we need to work as a community to protect each other.