Do this online or by calling the helpline.
How to report your RAT result
Keep up to date with Aotearoa New Zealand’s response to COVID-19.
The traffic lights (COVID-19 Protection Framework) protect Aotearoa New Zealand from COVID-19, while allowing people greater freedoms.
Protect yourself and others from COVID-19 by following the latest health advice and not sharing unreliable information.
Vaccination protects your child, your whānau and your community. If you are aged 50 or over, you can get a second booster now.
Testing for COVID-19 and contact tracing are 2 important ways to help manage COVID-19 in Aotearoa New Zealand.
There is support and advice available if you test positive for COVID-19, and you need to self-isolate.
Information about travelling to, leaving and transiting through New Zealand.
Facilities such as courts, libraries and zoos can open with some restrictions.
Public facilities can open at Orange.
Examples of public facilities include:
Some public facilities may choose to operate with vaccination requirements. If they do, you will need to show My Vaccine Pass. Check before you go.
At Orange, you are encouraged to wear a face mask in public indoor settings wherever it is practical. You do not need to wear a face mask outdoors or at a swimming pool.
You must wear a face mask in:
Find a full list of where you must wear a face mask:
Face masks at Orange
Healthy habits help protect you, your whānau and others from catching or spreading COVID-19. Examples include:
Keep up healthy habits
Managers and staff can find more information at business.govt.nz.
Find updates on the Department of Internal Affairs website.
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