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New Zealand’s Covid-19 alert levels
Guide by the New Zealand Government
New Zealand has a 4-level COVID-19 Alert System.
The Alert System means people can see and plan for the kinds of restrictions we may be required to put in place. This includes increasing or decreasing limits on human contact, travel and business operations.
At all levels, health services, emergency services, utilities and goods transport, and other essential services, operations and staff, are expected to remain up and running. Employers in those sectors must continue to meet their health and safety obligations.
Each Alert Level tells us what measures we need to take, including:
– Public health measures
– Personal movement
– Travel and transport
– Public venues
– Health and disability care services