What we need to do at Alert Level 3
At Alert Level 3, there is medium risk of community transmission with active, but managed, clusters. Make sure you follow all the public health rules to protect yourself, your whānau and our communities.
What you must do at Alert Level 3
Use this simple tool to find out when you must wear a face covering, when to keep your distance from people you do not know, and when to keep a record of where you have been.
Doing business at Alert Level 3
At Alert Level 3, there are restrictions to keep workers safe, limit interaction with customers and help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Get your free vaccination
Protect yourself, your whānau and your community. Vaccinations are free and are one of the most powerful tools against COVID-19. If you are aged 12 or over, you can get your vaccination now.
Get a test if you are unwell
If you have cold, flu or COVID-19 symptoms, call:
- Healthline for free on 0800 358 5453
- your doctor or nurse, or
- your iwi health provider.
A health professional will let you know the next steps and if you should get a test.
It is OK to ask for help
As we work through this together, there are people and agencies able to support you.
Health and wellbeing support
Free support services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week if you feel you are not coping, or you have concerns for others.
Financial pressure will be a reality for many. Help is available if you are experiencing financial distress due to COVID-19.
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