Regional Public Health is urging passengers on two public transport services to be aware of symptoms after an infected school student used the services. On Monday, unimmunised students and teachers at Wellington High School were told to stay at home after a student was diagnosed with measles.
And now passengers who rode the 8.02am train service from Waterloo to Wellington, and the number 3 bus from Wellington Train Station to Wellington High School on Monday, September 16, are being asked to be aware of symptoms, because the same student used those services.
Do you love the World of WearableArt and can't bear to miss a single year? If so we'd love to hear from you. Each year 60,000 people visit this design spectacular and we are looking for WOW's biggest fan. If you think this is you email firstname.lastname@example.org
Together let's explore our way to well-being because when it's strong, our whānau, communities and Aotearoa can flourish too.