Mask Wearing Guidelines 27 Oct 23



Current face mask policy - effective from 27th Oct 2023

As part of maintaining a safe work and living place for all, we have changed our mask wearing policy.

It is no longer a requirement to wear a mask when you visit Te Hopai.

We welcome all visitors to wear masks or face covering if that is your personal preference.  Along with this, we recommend the following:

  • Frequent hand-washing, using hand sanitiser or soap and water.
  • Cough into your sleeve.
  • Minimise touching your face.
  • Keep a distance from someone coughing or sneezing.

Face masks are available in Te Hopai’s main entrance for people who want to use them.

To help keep everyone safe, our infection prevention and control measures are kept under constant review and will be stepped up or down according to the risks posed.

Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

Te Hopai Management