Covid-19: Auckland will move to level 3, the rest of NZ to stay at level 2

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Auckland will end its five-week alert level 4 lockdown when it moves to level 3 for two weeks from 11.59 pm tomorrow night. The rest of New Zealand will remain at level 2 – with one part of the Waikato with three new cases to temporarily move into a “bespoke” level 4 for a short period.


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