Find out how to access health and wellbeing services during COVID-19.
COVID-19 webform—if you test positive or are in isolation
Under the government’s updated guidance, students who test positive now need to do their own contact tracing. If you have been wearing a mask on campus, you should not have any close contacts on campus.
If you test positive or are self-isolating as a result of being a household contact, let the University know by completing this online form.
This page was last updated on 25 May 2022.
COVID-19 Orange setting
Mauri Ora is offering virtual and in-person appointments at Orange. We have infection control and distancing precautions in place.
This is a worrying time for all students. If you have any concerns about your health or wellbeing, call us.
Restricted access and entry procedure
You need a scheduled appointment to use our waiting rooms. Check in with the support staff at the door and use the hand sanitiser on entry.
You may be asked to wait outside, so dress for the weather and keep 1m apart from others. Your clinician may call you for further information.
Wear a medical grade mask to Mauri Ora. If you don’t have a mask, we can provide one.
Call us in advance if you feel unwell with any of these symptoms before your appointment:
- runny or blocked nose
- sore throat
Contact your doctor if you are not registered with Mauri Ora.