How to take a rapid antigen test (RAT)
Find instructions for how to use a rapid antigen test (RAT) kit at home.
Self-isolating if you are older or have a disability (external link)
The Health Navigator website has information for disabled people about keeping yourself safe, getting support and testing.
Tips for isolating at home (external link)
The Ministry of Health has advice for making self-isolating at home easier.
Managing your COVID-19 symptoms (external link)
It is important to keep an eye on symptoms, particularly if they seem to be getting worse, and get help straight away if needed.
Vaccinations for disabled people
Find information and advice about getting vaccinated, including information about boosters and accessible vaccination sites.
Wearing a face mask
Face masks are a way we can protect ourselves and others. You should wear one whenever you can. At some traffic light settings, there are some places where you must wear one, unless you are exempt.
Who does not need to wear a face mask
For some people wearing a face mask is unsuitable. Find a list of valid reasons where a mask does not need to be worn and who does not need to wear one.
Life at Red
Red is not a lockdown, but there are restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19. Learn more about what you need to do.
Life at Orange
Because there are cases of COVID-19 in the community at Orange, you must wear a face mask at many indoors locations. Learn more about what you need to do.
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