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14/09/2022 12:00pm

Following the government’s announcement scrapping the COVID-19 Traffic Light system, masks will no longer be required at Hauraki District Council’s facilities.

But if feeling unwell, contact us by phone, email or social media

Chief Executive Langley Cavers said while the government’s announcement brought relief to most, he recommended those experiencing cold and flu-like symptoms should connect with Council using phone, email or online offerings.

“We know this news has been a long-time coming and we’re happy to see our community’s faces once again, however we’ll continue to encourage mask use for those who are feeling unwell, or for those who feel more comfortable wearing a mask. We’re still available on the phone 24/7, via email or through our social media channels, so please use these options if you’re feeling unwell.”

Masks and hand sanitiser available for visitors 

“We’ve learnt how easy it is to spread a contagious disease, so we’ll continue to have masks and hand sanitiser available for visitors to our offices”, Mr Cavers added.

“We are looking forward to seeing more of your smiling faces as we begin this ‘new normal’.”

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