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Kia ora e te iwi!
From tonight (Thursday 2 December 2021, 11.59pm) Hauraki along with many other regions will move into the Orange traffic light. Life at orange means whānau can continue to do everyday activities. Yes, there will be some restrictions to limit the spread of the virus and protect vulnerable people. We can still go to work, school, do sports, marae, cafes, and many more places.
Most businesses can open with no restrictions on numbers if they choose to follow My Vaccine Pass requirements, and only allow fully vaccinated people to enter. Whānau it is important to remember; No Vaccine Pass means No Entry.
If they choose not to follow My Vaccine Pass requirements, there will be limits on the number of people who can be in a venue at one time.
My Vaccine Pass
You will be legally required to provide your My Vaccine Pass to enter places that have vaccination requirements in place under the traffic light system. This may include hospitality venues, events, gatherings and gyms.
Important reminder for all whānau: You cannot be asked to provide your My Vaccine Pass to access basic needs services, such as supermarkets, public transport, and essential health care!
Apply for your Vaccine Pass here:
Learn about life at Orange:
The team at Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki have collected together recipes that our own whānau love, that are quick and easy to make, and don’t cost too much.
Some are old favourites that you’ll recognise, but with a few changes to fit the healthy kai kaupapa. There are also some new ideas for when you feel like a change.
Download the Cookbook here.
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