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NZ moves to red light tonight


Jan 23, 2022 03:31:19 PM

NZ moves to red light tonight New Zealand will move to the red traffic light setting at midnight tonight after nine COVID-19 cases of the Omicron variant were detected in Motueka.

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern while making the announcement today said the positive cases had attended a wedding in Auckland on 13 January along with a funeral, an amusement park and the Sky Tower in the following days and all these events had well over 100 people.

She the Government will be taking a three-stage approach to the point where New Zealand sees 1000 cases a day

Stage one will be the familiar stamp it out approach, with contact tracing and testing, including rapid antigen tests.

Stage two will be a transition stage and the third stage will see changes to contact tracing, and further details on the three stages will be released later.

Arden said evidence from overseas suggests Omicron moves very quickly and Red will make a difference.

Red is the most restrictive traffic light setting, but domestic travel can continue and there would be no more borders around regions, such as the recent Auckland borders.

While lockdowns would not be widespread, there could be lockdowns localised to a workplace or school, for example, depending on what was happening in the outbreak.

In red, face coverings are mandatory when travelling on public transport, in retail and to an extent in education. Public facilities and retail outlets are open, with capacity limits.

With a vaccine pass, many businesses and events can have a maximum of 100 people, including hospitality, gyms, weddings and tangihanga.

Without passes, hospitality services must remain contactless and the aforementioned gatherings are limited to 25 people.

Education centres stay open but with extra health measures including year four and up will be required to wear masks.

Tertiary students must study remotely if they don't have a vaccine pass while gyms and close contact businesses such as hairdressers and beauty salons can open in red as long as public health measures are in place.

By Reginald Chandar


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