Councils across the Wellington region have introduced rules requiring vaccine certificates at the majority of pools, libraries and recreation centres.
The big exception is Upper Hutt City Council, which will not require vaccine passes to be shown at almost any of its public facilities.
In Upper Hutt, vaccine passes will not be required at most public facilities, including Upper Hutt Libraries, the council’s Civic Centre and the H2O Xtream Aquatic Centre.
The lone exception will be the arts and events centre Whirinaki Whare Taonga, which will require visitors to be fully vaccinated.
In a statement, Upper Hutt City Council emphasised that the decision to not require vaccine certificates may change as further information comes to light, or the Government makes more changes. A review will take place on December 17.
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