Public facilities at Orange

Facilities such as courts, libraries and zoos can open with some restrictions.

Key points

  • Public facilities can open.
  • There are no capacity limits.
  • You must wear a face mask indoors at public facilities, except at swimming pools.

Public facilities can open

Public facilities can open at Orange.

Examples of public facilities include:

  • courts and police stations
  • libraries
  • pools and recreation centres
  • public galleries and museums
  • zoos.

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.

Face masks

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:

  • public venues such as libraries and museums
  • courts or tribunals — unless the judicial officer does not require face masks
  • premises operated by local and central government agencies, social service providers, and NZ Police
  • public premises operated by NZ Post.

Find a full list of where you must wear a face mask:

Face masks at Orange

Keep up healthy habits

Healthy habits help protect you, your whānau and others from catching or spreading COVID-19. Examples include:

  • wear a face mask indoors
  • stay home when sick
  • open windows to let out stale air
  • wash or sanitise your hands
  • physically distance from people you do not know.

Keep up healthy habits

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