COVID-19 Updates

Te-Whanganui-a-Tara is now under Alert Level 2

Our offices will remain closed to the public during Alert Level 2 until further notice.
We can continue to support you during this time.

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Available 24/7

 

What does Alert Level 2 mean for me and my Whānau?

  • At Alert Level 2, there are no restrictions on who can be included in your household bubble.

  • You can go to work, and all businesses and services can open but legally must follow public health rules.

  • Early learning services, schools, kura and tertiary education facilities are open to everyone.

  • Even if you have been vaccinated, you still need to follow the rules to keep everyone safe. 

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At Alert Level 2, you can travel, but make sure you do it in a safe way

Click here to learn more about travel and transport at Alert Level 2

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For you and your whānau safety, wear a mask when leaving your whare

At alert level 2, you must legally wear a face covering when:

  • Using public transport, airplanes (including in arrival and departure points such as train stations and bus stops) and in a taxi or ride-share vehicle

  • visiting a healthcare or aged care facility
    inside retail businesses, such as supermarkets, pharmacies,

  • shopping malls, indoor marketplaces, takeaway food stores, and public venues, such as museums and libraries

  • visiting the public areas within courts and tribunals, local and central Government agencies, and social service providers with customer service counters.

Click here to know more about face covering requirements

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Don't forget to:

Check on your Whānau

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If you are feeling unwell, call the

Healthline and get tested

To find the nearest testing station near you please click here

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Keep up hygiene practices & sanitise

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Mask up and keep a safe distance 

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Wash your hands regularly

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