If you test positive
Even if you've had two doses of the vaccine, you and everyone you live with will need to stay at home and isolate for at least 10 complete days, probably longer.
A health or manaaki team will be in touch with you regularly to find out how you are feeling and what you need.
You will be tested at least twice during your isolation.
A health professional will decide when you and your bubble can leave your home again.
It is important to start planning with your whānau now. If someone in your household gets COVID-19, you will all need to isolate for at least 10 days. It may be much longer, especially if someone else catches the virus. Even once you have recovered, the rest of the household will still have to isolate for a further 10 days.
Stocking up on food, cleaning supplies and anything else you need, and knowing who to call for help will make isolating safer and less stressful.
Here are some tools to help you prepare.