At Alert Level 2, you can do your usual sport and recreation activities if you can do them safely. But if you’re sick, stay home.
When exercising in public, keep a 2 metre distance from people you don’t know if possible.
You can do activities like:
walking, biking and hunting, including on public conservation land — overnight trips are okay
swimming at a public swimming pool, but there will be restrictions
going to the gym, but there will be restrictions
boating and motorised watersports.
It is mandatory for any business or service to display a QR code for the Contact Tracer app prominently at the main entry point of their building.
You must also keep a record of and retain the contact details of all people involved in, or attending, your activity. This must be in place to enable contact tracing should it be required. This information should be accessible at all times for contact tracing purposes up to 2 months after the contact was recorded.
Cleaning & Hygiene
Where possible equipment should be cleaned before and after each use, for example gym users should wipe down and clean equipment between each use.
For recreation activities where equipment is unable to be sanitised, for example ropes, a withholding period could be considered to allow any virus particles on these surfaces to die.
Community sports are limited to groups of 100 in a defined space. Referees, officials and other workers providing services to a sports game are not included in the 100 people.
A sports field can have multiple defined spaces by keeping:
people in groups of up to 100
groups separate either through consistent 2 metre physical distancing when outdoors, or using barriers.
We recommend groups be prevented from intermingling or sharing common facilities at the same time. For example,
A game of rugby can occur so long as there are no more than 100 people on the field. If that field has a stand on either side, up to 100 people can gather in each stand if they are kept separate from those from the other stand and from players and umpires on the field.
Organisers and the person in control of the premises are responsible for collecting contact tracing information.
Source info - https://sportnz.org.nz/resources/play-active-recreation-and-sport-at-alert-level-2/