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Compliance Update-October 22

Part of the Tamaki Makaurau and Waikato Compliance Updates in Northland:

As of 5 pm yesterday (Thursday, October 21, 2021), 33 people have been charged with a total of 35 crimes in parts of Tamaki Makaurau and Waikato in the Northland region since Alert Level 3 came into force. rice field.

Of these, 23 did not obey orders (COVID-19), 9 did not obey instructions / prohibitions / restrictions, 2 were for assault / intimidation / sabotage / sabotage enforcement officers, and 1 Was a violation of the Health Law.

At the same time, 30 people were officially warned.

Police received a total of 5,332 105 online violation notices related to businesses, mass rallies, or people in parts of Tamaki Makaurau and Waikato in the Northland region.

Alert Level 2 Compliance Update:

As of 5 pm yesterday (Thursday, October 21, 2021), 50 people were charged with a total of 55 violations at alert level 2.

Of these, 43 do not obey orders (COVID-19), 3 do not obey directions / prohibitions / restrictions, 3 fail to stop (COVID related), 1 assault / intimidation / sabotage / execution Interfere with the government.

During the same period, 22 people were warned – 12 if they did not follow directions / prohibitions / restrictions, and 8 if they did not follow orders (COVID-19).

One was introduced to a young man because he did not obey his orders (COVID-19).

To date, police have received a total of 2,310 105 online violation notices related to businesses, mass rallies, or alert level 2 people.

Checkpoint numbers:

As of 11:59 pm yesterday, a total of 825,756 vehicles had stopped at a checkpoint on the north-south border of Auckland, and a total of 10,142 vehicles had turned around.

Yesterday, 25,874 vehicles were processed at the checkpoint, 162 of which were turned around.

Yesterday, 51 of the 5212 vehicles were turned at the northern checkpoint and 111 of the 20,662 vehicles were turned at the southern checkpoint.

As of 11:59 pm last night, 51,309 heavy vehicles were shut down, of which 1313 turned around trying to leave Tamaki Makaurau, and 24 of them turned yesterday.

As outlined on the Covid-19 website, it is important to remember that trips across alert level boundaries remain restricted and will be rejected if there is no evidence required for a permitted trip. is.

I’m done.

Jared Williamson / New Zealand Police

Compliance Update-October 22

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