New Zealand moved to Alert Level 2 at 11:59pm on Wednesday 13 May. Guidance for businesses on what they need to do to operate safely once Level 2 is in place can be found here.
New Zealand Government information is available here.
For the latest health information and situation or advice updates, including number of confirmed cases, the Ministry of Health advice is here.
Christchurch City Council’s information and advice about COVID-19 is available here.
ChristchurchNZ Information for Businesses
Resources, guidelines and information about support, including the ChristchurchNZ Business Support subsidy, Regional Business Partner Network, Business Mentors and central government support, can be found here.
For more information, advice and support, you can also contact email@example.com
Information for Students and Education Providers
As per Government’s guidance for Level 4 Alert, students should not attend school or university in person, and must follow public health guidelines. If unwell, ring the Healthline team (for free) on 0800 358 5453 or +64 9 358 5453 for international SIMS.
For the latest in information regarding alert levels and restrictions see https://covid19.govt.nz/.
Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education and are directly advising all education providers.
We continue to work with Christchurch Educated and Education New Zealand to support international educational providers.
For more information, advice and support, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Information for Visitors and Travellers
Read the latest information here.
Hotel Accommodation Status
Information on other types of accommodation in Christchurch and accommodation in wider Canterbury is available on request.
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