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State of National Emergency

Police service update

At 11.59pm on Wednesday 25 March 2020, New Zealand moved to COVID-19 Alert Level 4.

This means New Zealanders not working in essential services must stay at home and stop all interactions with others outside of their household.

During this time Police will continue to provide essential policing services.

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COVID-19 (novel coronavirus)

The latest Guidance from the New Zealand Government on COVID-19.

Advice and information, updates and frequently asked questions around COVID-19. Learn the simple steps you can take to unite against the virus and slow its spread.

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