COVID-19 - UPDATE
Monday 14th September 2020
COVID-19 Alert Level
Auckland (Super City Region) - Level 2.5
All other regions - Level 2
The Government has announced that New Zealand will remain at these Alert Levels. The Alert Levels will next be reviewed on Mon 21st Sept.
There are some specific stipulations for Auckland (effectively Alert Level 2.5 - gatherings in Auckland will remain at a maximum of 10). These levels will be remain until at least Sunday 6th Sept.
Your Alert Level is based
on where you are in New Zealand.
Auckland (Super City Region - Wellsford to Pukekohe inclusive) is at Alert Level 2.5
The Rest of New Zealand is at Alert Level 2.
A reminder of these Alert Levels:
ALERT LEVEL 2.5
Gatherings of up to 10
people can continue, but only for wedding services, funerals and tangihanga
can have a limit of 50.
Physical distancing and public health measures should be maintained.
Maintain physical distancing of 2 metres outside your home, including on public transport.
It is highly recommended that you wear a mask if you are out and about.
Travel outside of Auckland is permitted but it was recommended that those from Auckland abide by a 10 people limit on gatherings.
Practise good hygiene and be conscious of your health. It is recommend that you keep your bubble small.
ALERT LEVEL 2
Alert Level 2 is not life as
normal. You should:
keep your distance from other people in public
wash your hands
sneeze and cough into your elbow
keep a track of where you’ve been and who you’ve seen
wear a mask if you can.
No more than 100 people are allowed at gatherings, including weddings, birthdays, funerals and tangihanga.
Businesses can open to the public if they are following public health guidance, which include physical distancing and record keeping.
Keep your distance when out and about:
2 metres in public and in retail stores, like supermarkets and clothes shops.
1 metre in most other environments like workplaces, cafes, restaurants, and gyms.
At Alert Level 2 the risk of COVID-19 being present in the community is higher.
You should wear masks in
situations where physical distancing is not possible, like on public transport
or in shops.
Please check with the instructor regarding their classes & socials at these Levels.
It's important that we keep the basic hygiene measures, including washing
your hands and coughing or sneezing into your elbow.
We should all keep track of where we’ve been and who we’ve seen to assist with rapid contact tracing if it is required.
Please consider downloading the NZ Covid Tracing app.
The Official Government COVID-19, Health and further Information can be found at: www.covid19.govt.nz
We've beaten this once and we can beat this again.
Please take care & stay well.
Lots of Love
Mike & Chrissie