All of New Zealand is now at ORANGE. Most Deaf Aotearoa offices will be open to the community and public.
We are still providing services. Contact duty@deaf.org.nz

Wearing a face mask

Face masks are one way we can protect ourselves and others from COVID-19. You should wear a face mask whenever you can, and there are some places where you must wear one.  Face masks need to be secured to the face either by loops around the ears or ties around … Read more

Update from Chris Hipkins – Minister for COVID-19 Response

This is a Transcript from Chris Hipkins – Minister for COVID-19 Response: Thursday 24th February 2022 Unfortunately, our regular providers have not been able to provide sign language interpreters for today’s event.  Closed captioning is available on the Ministry of Health’s live web feed, and a full transcript is also … Read more

Face Masks at Red

Face masks help reduce the spread of COVID-19. We encourage you to wear a face mask whenever you leave the house. A face covering will need to be a mask attached to the head by loops around the ears or head. This means scarves, bandannas, or t-shirts cannot be used. … Read more

Life at Red

At Red, we need to take action to protect our vulnerable communities and our health system from COVID-19.   About Red  At Red, there are some restrictions in place to protect our communities. You can continue to do everyday activities including:  Meeting with friends and family  Attending events and gatherings  Going … Read more

COVID-19 Protection Framework – Red

At Red, action will be needed to be taken to protect both at-risk people and protect our health system from an unsustainable number of hospitalisations.  How we stay safe at Red:  Record keeping and scanning will be required  Face coverings will be mandatory on flights, public transport, in taxis, retail, public venues, … Read more

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