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

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

Exemptions for Face Coverings and Masks

On 14 September, the need for physical distancing on public transport was removed. Wearing face coverings or masks on domestic flights or on public transport such as trains, buses and ferries remains mandatory but there are some exemptions. A mask or face covering needs to cover both your nose and … Read more

PPE and what it looks like for disabled people and their whanau

You may see people around wearing PPE. PPE stands for Personal Protective Equipment and is used to protect you and other people from getting or spreading COVID-19.  PPE might look like:  People wearing masks to cover their mouth and nose, and  Gloves,  Gowns or plastic aprons,  Eye protection or face shields.  … Read more

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