Covid-19 information for our community

Thursday 13 January

Before coming on to any University of Auckland campus

Students, your My Vaccine Pass must be uploaded into the University's Vaccination Declaration Portal.

Staff and contractors refer to the University vaccination requirements (intranet).

Visitors must bring a digital or hard copy version of their My Vaccine Pass, and be ready to present it to University officials upon request at all times while on campus.
 

When on and moving about on any University of Auckland campus

You must keep track of where you go by continuing to use the Government’s NZ COVID Tracer app with Bluetooth turned on.

Face coverings and masks are strongly recommended by the Ministry of Education when indoors. Additionally, the University expects their use for teaching and learning, libraries and indoor student hubs, and in all common areas where distancing may be problematic, e.g. lifts and corridors. More about this in Masks and face coverings.

For more detailed information, refer to the Requirements for coming on to campus notice.

Summer School and Quarter One 2022

Courses are scheduled to be in person on campus, subject to the Government’s ‘traffic light’ regulations and the University’s own vaccination policy.

Libraries, study spaces and click-and-collect

All our libraries are open to University of Auckland students, staff, and associate members, adhering to the appropriate health measures.

Information about current library and study space hours, and click and collect for all our campuses – including Tai Tokerau –  is available on the following pages:

Related Covid-19 information

What do I need to know?

What should I do if I think I have the virus?

If you feel unwell and have symptoms for Covid-19:

  1. Phone Healthline on 0800 358 5453
  2. Find your local Covid-19 testing centre (Healthpoint website).

New Zealand support services and information

New Zealand Government

covid19.govt.nz

New Zealand Ministry of Health online

New Zealand Ministry of Health dedicated coronavirus helpline

Note: If you want to find out about Covid-19, please look at the online resources listed above first.  

0800 358 5453 (or +64 9 358 5453 for overseas SIMs).

The 0800 number is free to call, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and will be staffed by members of the National Telehealth Service with interpreters on hand to help with translation.