Jacinda Ardern outlines New Zealand’s level-2 coronavirus restrictions

New Zealand’s leader, Jacinda Ardern, has outlined the detail of drastic reductions in lockdown restrictions that could come into force as soon as Wednesday. She said level-two restrictions would include gatherings of up to 100 people, a return to office working, schools restarting, the resumption of sport and public places reopening. A decision will be made on Monday whether to move to level two.
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