COVID-19 Info Hub

We want to do everything we can to encourage people to stay active, wherever possible, which we think 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 (but please stay 2m away from other people).

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

#weareallinthistogether #everybodyactive #stayinworkout



Monday 30 March

Today we sent out an update to our stakeholders regarding how Sport Wellington is responding to COVID-19. Like others, Sport Wellington staff are now working from home, we have prepared for this and our resources and functions remain operational. We therefore remain available to support you as we move forward. Sport Wellington have set out our key priorities for this immediate response period.

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Saturday 21 March

Wellington City Council, Porirua City Council, Hutt City Council, Upper Hutt City Council, and Kapiti Coast District Council have announced that most facilities will be closed until further notice. This includes; swimming pools, libraries, community centres, recreation centres, museums, venues, and the City Gallery.

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Exercises you can do at home

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How to keep your immune system healthy

Coming soon

Business Continuity

Continuity and financial advice

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Postponements and cancellations

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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.