Most Rapid Antigen Test kits generally follow the instructions in the below PDFs, but not all. Please follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
It’s only a matter of time before a positive case of COVID-19 is in your community. The health care system will always be there for those who need help but most people who contract COVID-19 will not require hospitalisation and will be able to isolate safely at home. Everyone who tests positive for COVID-19 and their household needs to stay at home and avoid contact with others, including family.
Being ready is about people, conversations, connections and knowing what to do. Being ready will mean your family and community can help each other if needed.
Click below to download our COVID-19 readiness checklist and work out how ready you are to deal with COVID-19. Then, make a plan for your household.
on our YouTube channel.
What is the Pfizer vaccine?
The Ministry for Pacific Peoples has created an educational video about the Pfizer vaccine that is also available in 9 Pacific languages.
These Vaccine FAQS answer frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine:
Learn more about how to protect your tamariki from COVID-19 by downloading the COVID-19 immunisation programme. Available in 9 Pacific languages.
Check out our translated information pages or see translated information on the Unite Against COVID-19 website:
Get posters like the QR code poster, hygiene posters and physical distancing posters to put up in your community spaces.