Alert Level Four Update

Kia ora!

Yesterday, the Government announced that from Tuesday 17 August 11.59pm, all of New Zealand will be moving into Alert Level 4. This will remain in place for 3 days for all of New Zealand, with the exception of Auckland and the Coromandel Peninsula with both staying in Alert Level 4 likely for the next 7 days.

Play, active recreation, and sport is limited and it must be contained to your bubble.

Here is a recap of what Alert Level 4 looks like:
🦠 To combat this virus, we all need to stay at home
🏢Our office will remain closed until we reach an Alert Level where it is safe
❌All indoor venues and sporting facilities, including clubrooms and gyms, are closed
🌳 If you want to get some fresh air, stay in your neighbourhood and in your bubble
⚽️Contact activity or sharing equipment/balls with people outside your bubble is prohibited
🏈Organised sports and physical activity are not allowed outside of your bubble
📣Streets, outdoor parks and fields are okay, but playgrounds are closed
🚴‍♀️The tracks on Whataupoko Reserve are closed
😷 Make use of face masks when out in public
🙌 Do safe or low-risk activities. All water-based activities are prohibited because these activities expose participants to danger or may require search and rescue services
↔️ If you are out for a walk and are passing anyone nearby, don’t stop and talk, and always remain 2 metres away from people who aren’t in your bubble

View the Sport NZ Alert Level Guide here.
A broader range of restrictions in place can be found here.

We will share any updates as they come through.

Stay safe and be kind.
Ngā mihi nui,
The team at Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti