|Ebola virus disease
The Ministry of Health has updated their advice on Ebola virus disease (EVD) for health professionals and the public.
Anyone coming into New Zealand who has visited the West African countries of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, or the Equateur province in the Democratic Republic of Congo within the last four weeks will be screened for symptoms and where necessary receive a health assessment.
See the Ministry website for more information on Ebola, and for advice for health professionals and those assisting the Ebola response in affected countries.
Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) is Auckland’s regulatory public health agency serving Auckland’s diverse populations through health protection, prevention and promotion.
ARPHS works across the three District Health Boards of Auckland (ADHB), Counties Manukau (CMDHB) and Waitemata (WDHB).
Our specialised multi-disciplinary teams work to:
- improve public health wellbeing
- promote positive public health
- prevent illness in populations.
ARPHS is hosted by the ADHB and funded predominantly by the Ministry of Health (MOH).
Public health isn’t just about sickness and hospitals. Our website is full of information and resources for health professionals and the public.
Check back regularly to keep up to date with the latest health information and news.