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Covid-19 Latest Updates

Update: April 14

All of New Zealand is now in ORANGE.


  • There are no indoor or outdoor capacity limits, but there’s extra guidance on holding safe events and we encourage those organising larger events of 500+ people to take extra precautions.
  • Face masks are still required for many indoor settings.
  • There are no changes to the 7-day self-isolation requirement, if you, or someone you live with gets COVID-19.
  • Bars and restaurants are no longer required to enforce seated and separated rules, although they can choose to keep them.

Changes to guidance under the COVID Protection Framework that came into affect 4th April 2022.

Indoor settings: Indoor spaces are generally considered to be venues: that are enclosed by a ceiling and walls, or other similar structures, and do not have much, if any, flow of fresh air. Examples include many gyms, hospitality providers and halls.

See guidelines for indoors here. 

Outdoor settings: Outdoor spaces are generally considered to be places that have good ventilation, with a decent amount of free flowing, fresh air coming into the space. For example, this could be because the venue: does not have a roof, has fewer than 4 walls, or because its walls do not go all the way up and still allow a significant amount of air flow.

See guidelines for outdoors here. 

Can we ask or require people entering gatherings, events or facilities to tell us if they are vaccinated and/or refuse entry if they are not?

Businesses can rely on private property rights to require MVPs, much like they can require someone to wear a shirt and shoes, so long as they aren’t discriminating or otherwise prohibited (e.g. supermarkets aren’t allowed to require MVPs). SPORT NZ recommends that businesses/organisations still consider whether they need to implement MVP requirements given the latest public health advice. See here for more information:

Businesses may not require My Vaccine Passes from students where their participation in an activity is organised, directed, authorised, or facilitated by a registered school. This includes education outside of the classroom, and representative activities.
Education Outside the Classroom (EOTC) guidelines(external link) — Ministry of Education
Events and activities guidance for schools and kura(external link) — Ministry of Education

Sport NZ FAQs are constantly being updated here.

If you have any specific questions about the Red CPF setting and its implementation please contact your Regional Development Manager. 

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