Information updated on 29th November 2021
Taranaki moving to Orange under the new Traffic Light system.
For COVID-19 advice:
There were 21,501 vaccine doses administered yesterday, made up of 6,002 first doses and 15,499 second doses. To date, 91% of eligible people in New Zealand have had their first dose and 83% are fully vaccinated.
Twelve DHBs have now reached the 90% first dose vaccination milestone, the most recent being South Canterbury.
The spread of COVID-19 cases to regions throughout New Zealand is a reminder that everyone needs to heed the advice that will help keep our communities as safe as possible. That includes ensuring you and your loved ones are fully vaccinated if eligible, get tested even if you have only mild symptoms, wear a mask, keep a safe distance from people outside your bubble, and keep track of your movements outside your home.
83 cases in hospital:
• In Level 2, most of our facilities are open with restrictions on customer numbers and sticking to the Delta safety rules.
• Visitors to our venues must scan or sign in, wear a mask and keep 2 metres social distancing.
• Thanks for being patient and respecting our staff who are doing their best to keep everyone safe.
|Landfill||Usual fortnightly collection||Usual fortnightly collection||Usual fortnightly collection||Usual fortnightly collection|
|Mixed recycling||Usual fortnightly collection*||Usual fortnightly collection||Usual fortnightly collection||Usual fortnightly collection|
|Glass||No collection. Please stockpile until collections resume at Level 3||Usual fortnightly collection||
Usual fortnightly collection
|Usual fortnightly collection|
|Food scraps||No collection. Please compost at home or put in landfill bin.||Usual weekly collection||Usual weekly collection||Usual weekly collection|
|Level 4||Level 3||Level 2||Level 1|
*Note: Recycling is sent to landfill as sorting facility is closed (in Level 4 only).
Puke Ariki museum and library, and our libraries and customer centres at Inglewood, Waitara, Bell Block and Ōākura are open.
We’re managing visitor numbers so we can stick to the social distancing rules.
The Mobile Library will not be running in Level 2.
We’re running our housebound delivery service in Alert Level 2.
All public programmes and events, including Justice of the Peace sessions, at the museum and libraries are cancelled in Level 2.
We’ve closed off the high-touch equipment and displays in Level 2.
Was this page useful?
Page last updated: 04:48PM Mon 29 November 2021