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Taranaki to remain at Level 2 (updated)

Fri 14 Aug 2020

Following the announcement by the Prime Minister today, Auckland will remain at Alert Level 3 and the rest of New Zealand will stay at Alert Level 2 for 12 more days until 26 August.

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Taranaki at Alert Level 2 

Wed 12 Aug 2020

At 12 noon on Wednesday 12 August the Auckland region moved to Alert Level 3, while the rest of the country moved to Alert Level 2. This will last for at least three days, until midnight on Friday 14 August. 

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Keep track, make level 2 a success

Thu 21 May 2020 3:00pm

We’re doing great easing into our new normal, and with bars able to re-open as of today Taranaki Civil Defence is reminding people of the importance of tracking their whereabouts and playing it safe.  

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Go easy on the first week back

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Mon 18 May 2020 12:30pm

Today marks the first day back in the workplace or classroom for many staff and school children under Alert Level 2, and it’s important that we ease back into things, says Taranaki Civil Defence.

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Good habits encouraged by Taranaki Civil Defence

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Mon 11 May 2020 5:00pm

Taranaki Civil Defence has commended all residents in their efforts to combat COVID-19 in the region.

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We can look forward to life at Level 2, but we’re not there yet Taranaki 


Thu 07 May 2020 2:00pm

Today’s announcement from the Prime Minister gives us some understanding on what life at Level 2 will look like, but it’s not an invitation to start living by those guidelines. 

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Plan now to manage Gypsy Day

Tue 05 May 2020 2:30pm

Upcoming Gypsy Day presents a risk of Covid-19 transmission in the farming community that needs to be actively managed, says Taranaki Civil Defence.

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Businesses urged to operate safely, or risk being reported

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Fri 01 May 2020 12:00pm

Civil Defence is reminding local businesses of their responsibility to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in Taranaki.

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