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COVID-19 Update-Returning to study: information for adult students

Updated: Sep 15, 2022

Kia ora ZINZ whānau

This has been a difficult process in weighing up the complex factors of making the safest and best decisions for our community both stall and students. As you are aware, we would like to focus on balancing the health and safety of staff and students with creating a dynamic campus experience. We hope students can continue to enjoy our teaching services and on-campus experience,

Therefore, the management team has made the decision that all ZINZ whānau return on 2 May 2022, and then all our teaching and student learning activities will proceed in-person and on-campus as timetabled, and students are encouraged to attend on-campus.

We will ensure to work with our community to plan a system where we can all return safely. For the health and safety of our community, you are encouraged to wear masks when attending teaching and learning activities. we will continue to follow government instructions on social distancing, sanitizing, etc. We also have the Rapid Antigen Testis at the school are available,

Students are unable to attend assessed activities due to COVID-19 test results, for example, If you test positive for Covid-19 or need to self-isolate as a household contact, please let us know, we will keep it confidential information and provide appropriate support. For other unexpected circumstances should use the existing school procedures to ask for a sick leave form.

Remember: please stay away if you feel unwell.

when you are unwell, please stay home if you have a fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, or loss or change in sense of taste or smell – however mild.

Please immediately contact or, if you have any above symptoms. Or call the 24 hours emergency contact number directly.

New Zealand Ministry of Health dedicated coronavirus helpline

Note: If you want to find out more about Covid-19, please look at the online resource.

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

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

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