We know you and your whānau need support during this time. We are asking that you only have one visitor at a time in order to manage physical distancing on our sites. We can work together to keep each other safe.

If you are giving birth at Auckland hospital, under Level 3 you can have:
- one support person can be there with you at visits during pregnancy
- up to two birth partners throughout labour and birth until transfer to the postnatal ward.
- two nominated visitors visiting one at a time on the postnatal ward. Visitors are able to visit from 7am to 8pm. All visitors must stay in the room (or bed space in shared rooms) allocated to the person they are visiting.

If you have any questions, feel free to talk to the midwife in charge.


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At National Women's Health, we want you and your whanau to feel safe.

Stay safe. Be kind. Remember to wash your hands, use the NZ COVID tracer app and get tested if you have symptoms.

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