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Council services and facilities at Alert Level 2

Lessi Riccio from Wellington City Council

Under Alert Level 2, most of Council’s services and facilities have returned to normal operations, but contact tracing, mask wearing and some restrictions will be in place to keep staff and the community safe.

To keep everyone safe when visiting any of our facilities or venues under Alert level 2:

😷 Wear a mask if you are 12 years and over – unless you hold an exemption from the Ministry of Health COVID-19 website. You can remove masks to eat and drink, and when exercising or swimming.

🤳 Scanning or signing in is a condition of entry for all Council facilities and venues. This applies to visitors, contractors and couriers entering our spaces.

↔️ Most sites will need to limit the number of visitors to provide 2-metres social distancing for them – please follow the signs and guidance of our staff.

💛 Please follow the guidance of our staff and signage to keep everyone safe when sharing our spaces.

As the Health Order we are following has not been released by central government, this guidance may be subject to change.

For more information on our services and facilities during Alert Level 2, visit our news channel, Our Wellington: wellington.govt.nz...

#OurWellington #TōTātouPōneke

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