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08/09/2021: PANUI HAKAHIRAHIRA MO RONGOĀ ĀRAIMATE MO NGATI KAHU TE IWI - IMPORTANT MESSAGE FOR NGATI KAHU ABOUT VACCINATIONS:
Kia ora whanau
We are all experiencing interesting times, with people from all over the world having their lives turned upside down, many much more so than us here in Aotearoa. For over a year, we have been able to forget that the entire planet has been in the grips of a pandemic with over 4,500,000 people having lost their lives. We are learning more and more about this new virus as time progresses and finding new ways to battle and overcome it.
1. Auckland remain at level 4 until at least midnight next Tuesday 14 September.
2. Rest of country move to ‘Delta’ level 2 at midnight tomorrow Tuesday 7 September. New conditions include:
- mandatory face covering at most public indoor venues
- masks recommended in schools, but not required
- limit of 50 at indoor events
- limit of 100 at outdoor events
- mandatory scanning at some indoor places where people are socialising (bars, restaurants, movies, churches, cinemas, hairdressers)
- more surveillance testing for health workers
NB: This article contains errors about Te Runanga-a-Iwi which we are following up with NZ Herald and the relevant Ministers to set the facts straight. Engari, the main gist of the story is of relevance and interest to Ngati Kahu.
02/09/2021: TAITOKERAU IWI AND TAITOKERAU BORDER CONTROL WORKING TOGETHER TO PROTECT OUR WHANAU, HAPU, IWI & HAPORI:
As we move to alert level 3 at midnight tonight, TBC are back on the job with support from our iwi.
Map available on this link https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-auckland-checkpoints-maps...