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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    Capacity at Auckland's four Community Testing Centres is being boosted, with additional staff and longer hours -- but people are being urged to be patient

    Capacity at Auckland's four Community Testing Centres is being boosted, with additional staff and longer hours -- but people are being urged to be patient


    Two pop-up centres will also be open from 9am, at the Otara Town Centre carpark on Fair Mall, and Health New Lynn at Totara Health Services on McCrae Way.

    GP and urgent care clinics will also be prepared for a high volume of testing, and mobile testing units will be on standby.

    Hospitals will continue with planned care including clinics and surgery - and patients should keep their appointments, unless advised otherwise by their specialists.

    There may be changes to hospital visiting policies.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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