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Hauraki communities south of Pūkorokoro / Miranda and above Maramarua, including Kaiaua and Whakatīwai will move to Alert Level 2 at 11.59pm on Saturday 25 September. The section 70 health notice that was in place for upper Hauraki has been lifted.
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Hauraki communities south of Pūkorokoro / Miranda and above Maramarua, including Kaiaua and Whakatīwai moved to Alert Level 3 at 11.59pm on Tuesday 21 September. A section 70 notice remains in place for those who have visited the affected area.
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Auckland will move to Alert Level 3 at 11.59pm on Tuesday 21 September. The rest of the country remains at Alert Level 2.
Auckland remains at Alert Level 4 and the rest of the country remains at Alert Level 2. This will be reviewed by the Government on Monday 20 September.
Note this update to National Notice 52/2021 – Qsi FFP2 ‘Help-It’ mask recall
Various brands of emergency beacons that use magnetic mounts to temporarily fix to vehicle roofs are in use throughout the country.
Portable collapsible water dams with valves included should have their attached couplings and valve sets removed from permanent attachment on the dam.