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COVID-19. Auckland on lockdown. Day 3 of ( 28 ?).

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COVID-19. Auckland on lockdown. Day 3 of ( 28 ?).


New Zealand is currently at Level 4 of country"s four-level COVID-19 alert system.

March 28 (day #3).

On March 25, 2020, 10:34 GMT, in the world:
Coronavirus Cases: 600,787
Deaths: 27,417
Affected 199 countries and territories around the world.

At 28 of March registered 451 cases of coronavirus in New Zealand.

Level 4 measures include:

• anyone not involved in essential work, needs to stay at home
• educational facilities are now closed
• businesses are closed, except for essential services like supermarkets, pharmacies and clinics, and lifeline utilities.

People must stay now at the same place. They must only be in physical contact with those you are living with.

Under the lockdown police have the power to stop people in the street and question why they are outside their home.
If they are not complying with the rules, action can be taken.

It is likely Level 4 measures will stay in place for a number of weeks.

Currently in Central Auckland only the essential businesses are open. Supermarkets, dairies and pharmacies remain open.

Buses and trains work pretty well. Number of passengers significantly less than usual. Also - using private vehicles for transport is allowed.

There are queues to supermarkets. But that because of restricted amount of people to be allowed inside of premises. That makes keep safe distance between shoppers.

Commercial Bay area with huge construction activities currently looks deserted. Though there are people who are running and cycling.

Grocery food deliveries – such as My Food Bag and Hello Fresh – are considered as essential and continue as long as the food is not pre-cooked.
Takeaway services are closed.
Liquor stores are closed. Wine and beer continue to be sold at supermarkets.
Activities like food and beverage production and processing, are still operate.
Freight and courier drivers are continue to transport and deliver food.
Exercise is permitted, so people can still go for a walk, run or bike through their local parks.
Children can get some activity outdoors as long as they maintain a two-metre distance from other visitors. Playgrounds closed during lockdown.

March 29 (day #4) - recorded first Covid-19 death in NZ, total cases now 514.

Useful links:

Official NZ government web site, related to Covid19:
https://covid19.govt.nz/

World health organization web site:
https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019


Auckland ports are working, though not such active as usual.

Auckland ports are working, though not such active as usual.




Little girl enjoys cycling despite coronavirus.

Little girl enjoys cycling despite coronavirus.




All businesses are closed.

All businesses are closed.




What are on demand during a pandemic?

What are on demand during a pandemic?




Most of the shops closed. Only supermarkets, pharmacies, shops which selling food are open.

Most of the shops closed. Only supermarkets, pharmacies, shops which selling food are open.




Buses and trains work pretty well.

Buses and trains work pretty well.




At Queen Street, Auckland.

At Queen Street, Auckland.




People must stay at home, only go outside for shopping - food, medications and the other most necessary actions.

People must stay at home, only go outside for shopping - food, medications and the other most necessary actions.




All businesses are closed, except transport, couriers etc.

All businesses are closed, except transport, couriers etc.




Currently in Central Auckland only the essential businesses are open.

Currently in Central Auckland only the essential businesses are open.




3d  day of lockdown at Central Auckland 25th of March.

3d day of lockdown at Central Auckland 25th of March.




Under the lockdown police have the power to stop people in the street and question why they are outside their home.

Under the lockdown police have the power to stop people in the street and question why they are outside their home.




Commercial Bay area with huge construction activities currently looks deserted.

Commercial Bay area with huge construction activities currently looks deserted.




Commercial Bay area froze their construction activities. Though there are people who are running and cycling.

Commercial Bay area froze their construction activities. Though there are people who are running and cycling.




Children can get some activity outdoors as long as they maintain a two-metre distance from other visitors.

Children can get some activity outdoors as long as they maintain a two-metre distance from other visitors.




People on Auckland’s main street - Queen Street.

People on Auckland’s main street - Queen Street.




Currently all country at a lockdown state - everyone have to stay at home. Doing some walk on her balcony.

Currently all country at a lockdown state - everyone have to stay at home. Doing some walk on her balcony.




What are on the most demand.

What are on the most demand.






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