From 6:00am yesterday morning Auckland reentered Alert Level 3 while the rest of the country moved to Alert Level 2, for a period of 7 days.
As a result, our Auckland and Pukekohe campuses will be closed this week and students will work remotely.
Our Hamilton and Christchurch campuses will remain open and continue to operate safely following the government COVID-19 guidelines.
From midnight last night, Auckland officially moved from COVID Alert Level 3 to Alert Level 2. This means our Auckland and Pukekohe campuses are now fully open again with safe health measures in place.
The rest of New Zealand has also moved to Alert Level 1, which means we can gather in larger numbers again while still keeping safe.
As you would have heard, from 11:59pm last night, New Zealand's Alert Levels have changed. Auckland has now moved to Alert Level 3 while the rest of New Zealand moved to Alert Level 2. These levels will remain for 3 days until midnight on Wednesday.
What does this mean for us?
Our Auckland and Pukekohe campuses will be closed during this period and students will learn from home.
All other regions
Our campuses outside of Auckland will remain open and take the following steps to keep everyone safe:
Signs and symptoms
What are the symptoms of 2019-nCoV?
Symptoms of 2019-nCoV are similar to a range of other illnesses such as influenza and do not necessarily mean that you have 2019-nCoV. Symptoms include fever, coughing and difficulty breathing. Difficulty breathing can be a sign of pneumonia and requires immediate medical attention. We don’t yet know how long symptoms take to show after a person has been infected, but current WHO assessments suggest that it is 2–10 days.
What do I do if I am sick right now?
If you have a fever, cough or difficulty breathing please telephone Healthline (for free) on 0800 611 116
To keep up to date on COVID-19 visit the Ministry of Health website.