Hamilton to make a move down on Alert Levels from Sunday

Hamilton to make a move down on Alert Levels from Sunday

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Hamilton City Council will begin operating at Alert Level 1 from 6 am on Sunday, March 7.

It follows the Government’s announcement yesterday afternoon from Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.

New Zealand (excluding Auckland) will move to Level 1 from 2, while Auckland will move to Level 2 from 3 on the coming Sunday.

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“Restrictions to visitor numbers will be lifted at all Council facilities, and events can run as planned from Sunday. Two-metre physical distancing will no longer be required,” said a spokesperson from Hamilton City Council.

“Contact tracing is encouraged as it was in Alert Level 2. The NZ COVID Tracer app QR codes and manual sign-in sheets will remain on display at all Council facilities for visitors to keep track of where they’ve been.”

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