COVID-19 Info Hub

We want to do everything we can to support our wider community to stay active, whether that's through funding or letting you know about opportunities to keep moving. Sharing information, and connecting with each other is now more important than ever.  We have produced a helpful one-pager which sets out some great ideas for being active at home or close to home and we also encourage you to check out the fabulous outdoor spaces we have within our wider Wellington region.

Below you'll find funding information, exercises that you can do at home, nutrition advice (including recipes), updates, and other useful links. 

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Community Resilience Fund Phase 2

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Wellbeing Hub

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Grant Funding Overview

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Healthy recipes

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The latest news

Movement fund
7 August 2020

New fund aims to get more Wellingtonians moving

With spring less than a month away, Wellington City Council is challenging workplaces to get more staff walking, jogging and biking – and reaping the ...

Return to Play
12 August 2020

COVID-19 Update - Country moves to Alert Level 2

At 12pm today Wellington will be entering into Alert Level 2. Last night the Prime Minister announced four cases of COVID-19 have been detected in the...

contact tracing
13 August 2020

Guidance for using and hosting contact tracing apps

With the move back to Level 2, an important part of staying safe in the community is making sure we are all using contact tracing apps. While there is...

Additional Information

The Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand has put together some tips for looking after your mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19 to help everyone get through this time, and beyond.

Top Tips

All our information supports guidelines set out by the Ministry of Health and the New Zealand Government. To find out more information visit the New Zealand COVID-19 website.

Additionally, find information specific to the Wellington region through the Regional Public Health website.