All of New Zealand is at Orange
All New Zealand is at Orange.
You can do everyday activities, but we need to protect our vulnerable communities.
You must wear a face mask in many indoor locations.
You can visit cafes and bars, attend gatherings and events, and go to gyms and hairdressers — with no capacity limits or distancing requirements.
Workplaces and schools can open.
Keep up healthy habits to protect yourself, your whānau and your community.
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COVID-19 “Delta” Information
Your Setting will depend on where you are in New Zealand. The current setting for your region can be found on the COVID-19 website. At Orange, there will be community transmission, with pressure on our health system. The whole of health system is focusing its resources on managing Covid-19 demands, but can still deliver primary care, public health, and hospitals. There may also be an increasing risk for at-risk people.
Good hygiene and sanitation, and home isolation will continue to be key tools to minimise the spread of the virus. Face masks are strongly encouraged whenever you leave the house.
Mandatory activities at Orange
• Face masks are mandatory on flights, public transport, in taxis, retail and public venues (like council-owned facilities). Face masks are not required outdoors but are encouraged whenever you leave the house.
• As always, you should stay home if you are unwell and call your doctor or Healthline on 0800 358 5433 for advice about getting tested.