Accommodation at Orange

Accommodation can open at Orange without restrictions.

Accommodation can open

Accommodation can open at Orange. There are no capacity limits.

Some accommodation may choose to require My Vaccine Pass. They can require you to show your My Vaccine Pass to be at the accommodation.

This includes:

  • hotels and motels
  • boarding houses
  • backpackers
  • campgrounds
  • seasonal worker accommodation
  • AirBnB properties
  • tertiary accommodation.

It does not include private residences.

If you are holding an event or a gathering at accommodation, follow the relevant advice:

DOC huts and campsites

Everyone over the age of 12 must have a My Vaccine Pass to stay in a DOC hut or campsite. Visitors will be asked about their vaccination status when they book a DOC hut or campsite. Hut wardens may also carry out spot checks to make sure everyone has My Vaccine Pass.

If you do not have a My Vaccine Pass, you can still use the DOC tracks and toilets, but you will not be allowed to stay overnight.

Staying in a DOC hut or campsite | doc.govt.nz (external link)

Scan in or keep a record of where you go

Scan the QR code or keep a record of where you go. This will help with contact tracing for any cases in your community.

Serving food and drink

If the accommodation service contains a hospitality venue, they need to follow advice for hospitality services.

Hospitality at Orange

Face coverings at Orange

Face coverings help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

At Orange you must wear a face covering in retail outlets and on public transport. We strongly encourage you wear a face covering everywhere else. 

When to wear a face covering

More information for accommodation providers

Accommodation providers can find more information on business.govt.nz.

Accommodation guidance | business.govt.nz (external link)

When you are ready to check your customers' and visitors' My Vaccine Pass with the NZ Pass Verifier app, you can display these posters to let everyone know.

Download My Vaccine Pass posters

Keep up healthy habits to protect us

Even though we are a highly vaccinated country, COVID-19 can still spread in our communities.

To slow the spread of the virus, and continue to help protect you, your whānau, and your community, it is important to keep up the healthy habits we know.

  • Regularly wash and thoroughly dry your hands or use hand sanitiser.
  • Sneeze and cough into your elbow.
  • Keep your distance from people you do not know.
  • Clean or disinfect shared surfaces often.
  • If you have cold, flu or COVID-19 symptoms, stay home and get a test.

Keep up healthy habits

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