LABTEC’s COVID-19 Update: 15 May 2020
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LABTEC’s COVID-19 Update: 15 May 2020

With the move to Alert Level 2 - Reduce, Thursday 14 May, we have continued to operate on a business-as-usual basis.

LABTEC’s full range of laboratory services remain available.  

Supporting our team and community in the delivery of services

During March 2020, LABTEC implemented safeguards that met the New Zealand Government and World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for supporting the health, safety and wellbeing of our team and community.

As the New Zealand Government continues to ease strict restrictions, we will monitor the situation and adjust our plans and actions accordingly. We will be in direct communication with clients and partners, should we believe there are material changes to our ability to deliver services.

The pandemic has, understandably, caused significant financial losses for businesses and households. We also understand that continued economic instability may stimulate uncertainty, anxiety and therefore impact mental wellbeing. During this difficult time and the possibility of challenging times ahead, we hope that you continue to take care of yourself and your loved ones and remember: You’re not alone. We’re in this together. Considering the recent announcement of government initiatives, we remain optimistic for an economic reboot from the lockdown.

Further information and enquiries

Feel free to contact us on any queries or if you have particular testing requirements you would like to discuss. 

For urgent testing and sample deliveries, please email us at [email protected]

Other Key Contacts:

Albert Mok | R&D Manager
[email protected]
m: 0212 343 269

Todd Lee
[email protected]
m: +61 (0)427 429 448

David Springer
[email protected]
m: +61 (0)400 884 967

Resources and References

The New Zealand Government four-level COVID-19 alert system specifies public health and social measures being taken against the pandemic. Other updates are also available including recent updates by the Treasury, which are aimed to support the Government's COVID-19 economic response. 

WorkSafe has guidance for businesses and workplaces on how to manage the transition to Alert Level 2.

The Mental Health Foundation and the Getting Through Together mental wellbeing campaign, have further information and resources for maintaining our mental health and wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic (All Right? and the Mental Health Foundation).

World Health Organization (WHO) provides details about the status of the pandemic, FAQ's and other information about ongoing developments. 

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