Massey COVID-19 information

Massey is operating under the Government’s COVID-19 Protection Framework, otherwise known as the 'traffic light' system.

Vaccination requirement on campus

From 14 February 2022 anyone attending Massey campuses or undertaking in-person university activities will need to be fully vaccinated or have a valid medical exemption. For a small number of close-contact courses and activities this requirement will take effect earlier on 6 January 2022.

If you are feeling unwell

Please contact your doctor or Healthline (0800 358 5453) if you are experiencing any respiratory illness (coughs, sore throat, runny nose), loss of smell and/or taste, or any flu-like symptoms such as malaise, fatigue, and/or aches in the body.

If you require wellbeing support, please contact us.

Halls students should notify duty staff if they are self-isolating. If you are identified as a close contact, or a probable or confirmed case please notify the university by emailing the health and safety team at

Kia manawanui, kia haumaru tātou
Let’s stay strong and stay safe.

Staff (intranet login required)

Massey University staff can find information on the impacts of COVID-19 on our staff intranet. You will need to log in. Please note this is a staff-only area.

Staff intranet login

UNITE against COVID-19

This central Government website outlines the latest medical advice, travel information, Government announcements and restrictions being implemented because of COVID-19. Key information has been translated into several languages.

UNITE against COVID-19


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