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NZ to stay in L4 Lockdown til 27 April

The Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced at 4 pm that New Zealand will stay at Alert Level 4 till midnight on Monday 27 April.

We will then drop to Alert Level 3 for a two-week period at the end of which, on 11th May, it will be reviewed as whether or not we drop to a lower alert level.

In her address, the Prime Minister reminded our country of the principles of Alert Level 3 such as staying home, working from home and keeping the bubble as small as possible.

The Prime Minister also noted businesses such as retailers could open their e-commerce channels under Alert Level 3.

The team at Alliotts are continuing to work remotely and will reassess this on 11th May.

0320 NZ COVID-19 alert level 4

NZ in lockdown

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Please contact our team via emailwebsite, Zoom or phone us on +64 9 520 9200. Many of you already deal with us exclusively via these methods and will experience no service change. We are very experienced in working remotely and welcome any enquiries you may have.

Topics: coronavirus COVID-19 New Zealand security