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Compliance update for Tāmaki Makaurau and Upper Hauraki

Police are generally satisfied with the high level of compliance when Tamaki Mākaurau begins his first weekend under the alert level 3 limit.

Checkpoint staff did not report any serious incidents or problems overnight and there were no further COVID charges in the 24 hours until 5 pm yesterday.

Police at Tamaki Makaurau will conduct a visibility patrol to ensure that everyone continues to comply with alert level 3 limits this weekend.

This means staying local, keeping bubbles tight, and keeping a physical distance from others when exercising outdoors, accessing important services, or taking home. ..

Now is the time to lose track of why these restrictions apply and endanger the efforts of everyone so far.

Since the enforcement of Alert Level 3, three people have been charged with a total of three violations at Tamaki Makaurau and Upper Hauraki as of 5 pm yesterday (September 24, 2021).

Of these, one is non-compliance with orders (COVID-19), one is non-compliance with instructions / prohibitions / restrictions, and the other is a violation of health law.

At the same time, one was officially warned.

Police received a total of 402 105 online violation notices related to Tāmaki Makaurau and Upper Hauraki businesses, mass rallies, or people.

The updated checkpoint data will be available on Monday.


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Compliance update for Tāmaki Makaurau and Upper Hauraki

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