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The Government continues to ask everyone to keep track of where they have been and who they have seen to assist with quick contact tracing should new cases appear.
Mayor Phil Goff is urging Aucklanders to continue scanning with the NZ COVID Tracer app and practising good hand hygiene in light of the new COVID-19 cases that have been detected in the city.
With several events planned over Auckland Anniversary Weekend and heading towards Waitangi Day, Auckland Council has a planned approach for council-run events.
Face masks are now available in vending machines at public transport facilities across Auckland.
Auckland Transport (AT) is welcoming the Government’s decision to make face coverings mandatory on public transport in the city starting Thursday morning.
Auckland Transport services are largely returning to normal operations as the region moves to Alert Level 1 on Wednesday October 7 at 11.59pm.
Mayor Phil Goff is reminding Aucklanders to put single-use face masks in the bin, following reports by maintenance and litter collection staff that there has been an increase in masks being littered around the city.
Auckland’s Pasifika councillors are urging their communities to seek medical advice if they are feeling unwell and to follow through with getting tested.
A suite of online resources has been developed to help small business owners plan for all types of emergencies, including pandemics like COVID-19.