Auckland moves to Alert Level 2, rest of New Zealand to Level 1

Auckland moves to Alert Level 2, rest of New Zealand to Level 1

Auckland has moved to COVID-19 Alert Level 2 which went into effect at 11:59 pm on Wednesday, February 17. The rest of New Zealand moved to Level 1. Within the whole country, face masks must be worn on all public transport. The restrictions will remain until Monday where Cabinet will...

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Conspiracy Theorists Billy Te Kahika, Vinny Eastwood, Dr Rashid experience technical difficulties – video

Conspiracy Theorists Billy Te Kahika, Vinny Eastwood, Dr Rashid experience technical difficulties – video

Watch as Conspiracy Theorists Vinny Eastwood, Billy Te Kahika and Dr Rashid experience technical difficulties. Mr Kahika seemed to have had enough of the drama, by later dropping out of the call in an attempt to restart his Macbook laptop to see if that fixed the issue. However, Mr Eastwood...

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LIVE: Jacinda Ardern to announce next plans for COVID-19 lockdown

LIVE: Jacinda Ardern to announce next plans for COVID-19 lockdown

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern (and Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield) is set to address New Zealand at 4:30 pm following two new COVID-19 Community Cases that were identified in South Auckland. The decision will be made on whether lockdown Alert Levels will be changed or stay for longer to...

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1 new case of COVID-19 in Auckland managed isolation facility

1 new case of COVID-19 in Auckland managed isolation facility

There is 1 new case of COVID-19 to report today in managed isolation, and two new cases reported in the community in South Auckland. The new managed isolation case arrived on February 14 from Kazakhstan via the United Arab Emirates. This person tested positive on day 1 of routine testing...

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Two new COVID-19 Cases identified in the Community, Auckland

Two new COVID-19 Cases identified in the Community, Auckland

Two new Community Cases of COVID-19 have been reported according to Response Minister Chris Hipkins. The new cases are students who attended Papatoetoe High School in South Auckland, is a brother and sister. It was noted that the sister was a classmate and a close contact of the original case...

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