MidCentral DHB public news updates and releases.
A suspected case at Palmerston North Girls’ High School has tested negative for measles, as shown by results received late this afternoon....continue »
Two Levin retailers sold tobacco products to a person under 18 years during a tobacco controlled purchase operation (CPO) carried out by MidCentral Public Health Services last month....continue »
Test results received back this afternoon confirmed one further case of measles. This case attended Lollipops Educare Levin. MidCentral’s Public Health Service has been working with Lollipops staff and following up with contacts to prevent further spread....continue »
Palmerston North City Council (PNCC) has just launched requirements in a bylaw that will make outdoor dining areas throughout the city smokefree. ...continue »
Six additional cases of measles have been confirmed in Horowhenua this week. Contacts of these new cases are currently being followed-up by the MidCentral Public Health Service. The total number of confirmed cases in the MidCentral District is now nine....continue »
Palmerston North’s EASIE Living and Demonstration Centre has received its first accolade within a few months of opening....continue »
Medical Officer of Health, Dr Rob Weir said: “The MidCentral Public Health Service (PHS) has been receiving information on the vaccination status of the staff and students from Waiopehu College and Levin Intermediate School since last Friday....continue »