At last Kiwis can start making their summer travel plans, after the Government announced travel in and out of Auckland can resume from December 15. By that time the whole country will have moved into the new traffic light system, where we will be required to display our vaccine certificates in most scenarios, such as cafes, shops and entertainment venues.
However, with COVID-19 still in the community and possibly spreading throughout the country during the coming months, we need to remain vigilant for the holiday season, and keep following the public health guidelines to avoid coming into contact with the virus.
As we are all aware, being fully vaccinated gives us the best protection against COVID-19. Those who are fully vaccinated will be able to enjoy more freedoms under this new traffic light system, but we will still need to be aware that we have a disease that is spread by aerosol. While you can still transmit or catch COVID-19 outdoors, your chances are greatly reduced compared to enclosed, indoor areas.
Under the red and orange levels of the traffic light system, face masks are mandatory on flights, public transport, in taxis, retail and public venues, and under the red level, they are also recommended whenever leaving the home. DE Healthcare said you should be wearing at least a triple-layer cloth or surgical mask that fits snugly, and medical masks should not be re-worn multiple days in a row, while cloth masks should be washed on a daily basis.
Please take note that December 22nd is the last day for orders to be delivered before Xmas, and they are closed from 24th December to 5th January, so with this in mind, please take a moment to find out more about dental disposable products and surgical masks NZ by visiting the website at https://dehealthcare.co.nz .