Auckland has moved to Alert Level 2

Auckland is at Alert Level 2 — there are no extra restrictions on gatherings. The rest of New Zealand is at Alert Level 1.
You will need to wear a face covering when travelling on public transport or aircraft. 

Click the here for information about what it means to be be under alert level 2

 
Previous announcements: 

 

Auckland is at Alert Level 2 with extra restrictions

Auckland is at Alert Level 2, with extra restrictions social gatherings, funerals and tangihanga. The rest of New Zealand is at Alert Level 2.

Level 2.5 is Level 2 with some extra restrictions. It is not a new formal Alert Level. The idea is a way of highlighting that there are extra restrictions at Level 2 in Auckland.

Guidance on life at Alert Level 2

The Auckland region is everything within the Auckland Council boundary — from Wellsford in the north to Pukekohe in the south.

Auckland boundary map [JPG, 914 KB]

Restrictions for Auckland region

At Alert Level 2 in Auckland, social gatherings can have a maximum of 10 people. Social gatherings do not include customers in a store or visits to public and event venues.

Gatherings and events at Alert Level 2


Next announcement of the Alert Levels

The Government will next review Auckland’s Alert Levels on Monday 21 September. It has agreed, in principle, to move Auckland down to Alert Level 2 with eased restrictions on gatherings. The Government will make a final decision on 21 September.

If the restrictions do change, this will be at 11:59pm on Wednesday 23 September.

 
 

As of 12 noon on Wednesday 12 August, Auckland will move to Alert Level 3. The rest of New Zealand will move to Alert Level 2.

Aspiring Language Institute will close on Wednesday, all current students should stay at home

Our staff will be in touch with everyone tomorrow to inform about the plan for the rest of the week.

Stay safe everyone!

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8 June 2020

New Zealand is at Alert Level 1

The Government has announced that New Zealand can safely move out of Alert Level 2 at 11:59pm on Monday 8 June.


At Alert Level 1, everyone can return without restriction to work, school, sports and domestic travel, and you can get together with as many people as you want.

Controls at the borders remain for those entering New Zealand, including health screening and testing for all arrivals, and mandatory 14 day managed quarantine or isolation.

As we unite to recover from the effects of COVID-19, it’s still important that we keep the basic hygiene measures, including washing your hands and coughing or sneezing into your elbow.

We should all continue to keep track of where we’ve been and who we’ve seen to assist with rapid contact tracing if it is required.

Keep track of where you’ve been

We should all continue to keep track of where we’ve been and who we’ve seen to assist with rapid contact tracing if it is required.

How to keep track of where you’ve been

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