Alerts

Central Otago

Otago is at alert level 2

12:01 am Tuesday 07 September 2021

Otago is now in Alert Level 2

 

At 11.59 pm Tuesday 7 September, all of New Zealand, except Auckland, moves to Alert Level 2.
Alert Level 2 is different this time as we deal with the Delta variant. Here’s what we all need to do to stay safe:
1. Everyone can go to work and school, and all businesses and services can open but must follow public health rules.
2. Use the NZ COVID Tracer app if you can, or keep a record of where you’ve been. This helps with rapid contact tracing if it is required.
3. Face coverings are mandatory at many places. Most staff, visitors and customers need to wear face coverings at businesses that involve customer contact.
4. Stay home if you’re sick and call Healthline on about getting a test. Keep up those good hygiene habits: wash your hand regularly and thoroughly, cough and sneeze into your elbow.
5. Book your vaccine, if you haven’t already. You can do this at http://spr.ly/6187y019b
6. Keep 2 metres apart from people you do not know in public.
7. Remember, a limit of 50 people applies for indoor gatherings, and 100 for outdoor gatherings. This includes private events.
You can find out more about Alert Level 2 here: http://spr.ly/6188y019j

Clutha

Otago is at alert level 2

12:01 am Tuesday 07 September 2021

Otago is now in Alert Level 2

 

At 11.59 pm Tuesday 7 September, all of New Zealand, except Auckland, moves to Alert Level 2.
Alert Level 2 is different this time as we deal with the Delta variant. Here’s what we all need to do to stay safe:
1. Everyone can go to work and school, and all businesses and services can open but must follow public health rules.
2. Use the NZ COVID Tracer app if you can, or keep a record of where you’ve been. This helps with rapid contact tracing if it is required.
3. Face coverings are mandatory at many places. Most staff, visitors and customers need to wear face coverings at businesses that involve customer contact.
4. Stay home if you’re sick and call Healthline on about getting a test. Keep up those good hygiene habits: wash your hand regularly and thoroughly, cough and sneeze into your elbow.
5. Book your vaccine, if you haven’t already. You can do this at http://spr.ly/6187y019b
6. Keep 2 metres apart from people you do not know in public.
7. Remember, a limit of 50 people applies for indoor gatherings, and 100 for outdoor gatherings. This includes private events.
You can find out more about Alert Level 2 here: http://spr.ly/6188y019j

Dunedin

Otago is at alert level 2

12:01 am Tuesday 07 September 2021

Otago is now in Alert Level 2

 

At 11.59 pm Tuesday 7 September, all of New Zealand, except Auckland, moves to Alert Level 2.
Alert Level 2 is different this time as we deal with the Delta variant. Here’s what we all need to do to stay safe:
1. Everyone can go to work and school, and all businesses and services can open but must follow public health rules.
2. Use the NZ COVID Tracer app if you can, or keep a record of where you’ve been. This helps with rapid contact tracing if it is required.
3. Face coverings are mandatory at many places. Most staff, visitors and customers need to wear face coverings at businesses that involve customer contact.
4. Stay home if you’re sick and call Healthline on about getting a test. Keep up those good hygiene habits: wash your hand regularly and thoroughly, cough and sneeze into your elbow.
5. Book your vaccine, if you haven’t already. You can do this at http://spr.ly/6187y019b
6. Keep 2 metres apart from people you do not know in public.
7. Remember, a limit of 50 people applies for indoor gatherings, and 100 for outdoor gatherings. This includes private events.
You can find out more about Alert Level 2 here: http://spr.ly/6188y019j

Queenstown Lakes

Otago is at alert level 2

12:01 am Tuesday 07 September 2021

Otago is now in Alert Level 2

 

At 11.59 pm Tuesday 7 September, all of New Zealand, except Auckland, moves to Alert Level 2.
Alert Level 2 is different this time as we deal with the Delta variant. Here’s what we all need to do to stay safe:
1. Everyone can go to work and school, and all businesses and services can open but must follow public health rules.
2. Use the NZ COVID Tracer app if you can, or keep a record of where you’ve been. This helps with rapid contact tracing if it is required.
3. Face coverings are mandatory at many places. Most staff, visitors and customers need to wear face coverings at businesses that involve customer contact.
4. Stay home if you’re sick and call Healthline on about getting a test. Keep up those good hygiene habits: wash your hand regularly and thoroughly, cough and sneeze into your elbow.
5. Book your vaccine, if you haven’t already. You can do this at http://spr.ly/6187y019b
6. Keep 2 metres apart from people you do not know in public.
7. Remember, a limit of 50 people applies for indoor gatherings, and 100 for outdoor gatherings. This includes private events.
You can find out more about Alert Level 2 here: http://spr.ly/6188y019j

Waitaki

Otago is at alert level 2

12:01 am Tuesday 07 September 2021

Otago is now in Alert Level 2

 

At 11.59 pm Tuesday 7 September, all of New Zealand, except Auckland, moves to Alert Level 2.
Alert Level 2 is different this time as we deal with the Delta variant. Here’s what we all need to do to stay safe:
1. Everyone can go to work and school, and all businesses and services can open but must follow public health rules.
2. Use the NZ COVID Tracer app if you can, or keep a record of where you’ve been. This helps with rapid contact tracing if it is required.
3. Face coverings are mandatory at many places. Most staff, visitors and customers need to wear face coverings at businesses that involve customer contact.
4. Stay home if you’re sick and call Healthline on about getting a test. Keep up those good hygiene habits: wash your hand regularly and thoroughly, cough and sneeze into your elbow.
5. Book your vaccine, if you haven’t already. You can do this at http://spr.ly/6187y019b
6. Keep 2 metres apart from people you do not know in public.
7. Remember, a limit of 50 people applies for indoor gatherings, and 100 for outdoor gatherings. This includes private events.
You can find out more about Alert Level 2 here: http://spr.ly/6188y019j