Dear Valued Customers,
We hope that you are all safe at this unsettling and uncertain time.
On Tuesday 28th April New Zealand moves into Alert Level 3.
Sutherland Performance will resume business as usual.
We will continue to closely follow all Government advice.
We will limit contact during any interactions and complete work inside a vehicle wearing a mask and gloves.
If any member of staff or anyone in their bubble becomes unwell then we will cease all services until symptom free and the required isolation time has been completed.
From our family to yours, we wish you well at this time.
We thank you for your ongoing support.
From the team at Sutherland Performance.
Our Pet of the Day today is Ninja who lives with Tracy Pattle.
"This is Ninja he sleeps like this all the time very chilled out as he takes his cat nap."
If you want your pet featured, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org with a recent photo. Please remember to say what suburb you are from.
This weeks story is about an ex SPCA pet called Churchill, who found a new home with his new mum Danni.
"We adopted Churchill back in November and he has been an absolute darling! He settled in really well. He loves a lot of attention, which is great because I mostly work from home, so he is basically my new best friend. We are really pleased to have him in our family."
Stuff Wellington is launching a campaign to get people to start using the
Covid-19 tracer app.
New Zealand is still exposed to the new, more contagious, strains of Covid-19 despite the Government recently bolstering its border and pre-departure defences.
The number of daily Covid-19 tracer app scans has dropped from one million a day, at its height, to the current low of 300,000.
That means that if the more contagious variants get into the community, it will be hard to trace contacts.
Are you scanning? If not why not?
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