Full press conference: Level 4 in Auckland extended, rest of NZ to stay in level 2

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nzherald.co.nz published this video item, entitled “Full press conference: Level 4 in Auckland extended, rest of NZ to stay in level 2” – below is their description.

Auckland will remain at level 4 for another week, until 11.59pm on September 21. Level 2 will remain in place for the rest of New Zealand for another week, and Cabinet will review these settings on Monday next week.

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