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Posted - 11/29/2020 : 06:30:03
Auckland at Covid-19 lockdown 2.0.
At Wednesday 12 of August, Auckland was set on two days of coronavirus alert level 3 lockdown, with only local and essential travel permitted in the region.
New Zealands most populated city was moved into alert level 3 after four members of one family tested positive for Covid-19. Thirteen new cases were then identified on Thursday. Three are employees of Americold, where one of the original cases works, and seven are their family members.
Seven new confirmed cases were reported on Saturday. Six are linked to the known cluster, and the other is still being investigated.
There are now 56 active cases in New Zealand, 35 of which have been clearly linked to the cluster.
Auckland will remain in level 3 and the rest of the country in level 2 until August 26.
Summary info about Covid -19 at Sunday, 19 of August in New Zealand:
And worldwide currently there are total 20,730,456 confirmed cases and 751,154 deaths from Covid-19.
Important information for people in the Auckland region.
Travel in and out of Auckland will be restricted to essential travel only, with roadblocks in place Work from home unless you are an essential worker All schools and childcare facilities will be closed except for children of essential service workers. All public facilities, bars, restaurants and businesses should close. Supermarkets, pharmacies, and petrol stations remain open shop as normal. Food delivery will be available Keep a 2 metre physical distance and wear a mask when in public when you cant distance Stay home if youre sick, wash your hands, cough or sneeze into your elbow, clean surfaces Keep a record of where you have been, use the NZ COVID app If you have cold or flu like symptoms call your GP or Health line to book a free COVID-19 test, and get tested if asked The latest information can be found on covid19.govt.nz or the Unite Against Covid social media channels
Prevention how to protect yourself and others.
Cough or sneeze into your elbow or by covering your mouth and nose with tissues. Put used tissues in the bin or a bag immediately. Wash your hands with soap and water often (for at least 20 seconds). Try to avoid close contact with people who are unwell. Dont touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean. Avoid personal contact, such as kissing, sharing cups or food with sick people. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces and objects, such as doorknobs. Stay home if you feel unwell. Call Government Health Line 0800 358 5453 if you have any symptoms and have been to any countries or territories of concern or have been in close contact with someone confirmed with COVID-19.
Exercise and recreation under alert level 3 (Source: Auckland Council).
Playgrounds, skate parks, cycle parks and exercise equipment are closed Public toilets are closed Low-risk recreation activities in your local area allowed, for example a walk or a run, a swim at the beach or a day walk. Regional parks are open for exercise. Tramping and mountain biking is available for experienced users that know the trails. Visitor centres are closed. Some toilets and all facilities are closed. There is no vehicle access (walk-in is OK). Campground, baches and lodges are closed. Recreational fishing is allowed from public conservation land as long as you stay in your local area. Boating, yachting and any team sports or training are not allowed. You can do recreational activities by yourself or with people from your bubble. Covid-19 testing is free across Aucklands general practices, urgent care clinics and 17 community testing centres. Anyone experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms should seek to get tested.
AUCKLAND TESTING CENTRES
NORTH Coast to Coast Wellsford Medical Centre 220 Rodney St, Wellsford 8.30am-5pm, appointment only Coast to Coast Warkworth 77 Morrison Drive, Warkworth 8.30am-5pm, appointment only Northcare Accident and Medical 5 Home Place, Rosedale 8am-5pm Eventfinda Stadium car park 17 Silverfield, Wairau Valley 8am-6pm Northcote Community Testing Centre 16-18 College Rd 8am-6pm Northcare Accident and Medical 5 Home Place, Rosedale 8am-5pm
CENTRAL Eden Park Testing Centre Bus Hub, corner of Sandringham Rd and Reimers Ave, Kingsland 8am-4pm White Cross St Lukes 52 Saint Lukes Rd, St Lukes 8am-4pm
WEST Whanau House, Waipareira Trust Corner of Edsel St and Catherine St, Henderson 8am-3pm Health New Lynn Level 1 car park, 1 McRae Way, New Lynn 8.30am-5pm Henderson Speciality Centre 131 Botany Rd, Golflands 8am-5pm
EAST Botany Rd Community Testing Centre 292 Botany Rd, Golflands 8am-5pm
SOUTH Local Doctors Airport Oaks 149A Kirkbride Rd, Airport Oaks 8am-4pm The Whanau Ora Community Clinic 25 Druces Rd, Wiri 8am-6pm Otara Community Testing Centre 14 Fair Mall, Otara 8am-6pm Takanini Urgent Care 106 Great South Rd, Takanini 8am-6pm
WAIHEKE Waiheke Medical Centre 132 Ocean View Rd, Waiheke Island 8.30am-4pm.
Friday night in Auckland CBD normally very busy, but during Level 3 streets are empty.
Auckland at Covid-19 lockdown 2.0.
At Auckland CBD, on Friday 14th of August.
Aotea Square during Alert Level 3.
Keep a 2 metre physical distance and wear a mask when in public when you cant distance.
Queen Street at evening.
Keep a 2 metre physical distance and wear a mask.
Keep a record of where you have been, use the NZ COVID app.
All public facilities, bars, restaurants and businesses should close.