Sport, active recreation and play under Alert Level 1 looks like much like it did pre-COVID-19, with border restrictions. There are no restrictions on businesses and services (including hospitality), no restrictions on gathering, no requirements for physical distancing, although all businesses and services must display a QR code for contact tracing purposes.
While none of the public health requirements are mandatory – it is important to remain vigilant and continue to practice good hygiene to minimise the risk of community transmission. In Alert Level 1 we should be vigilant in maintaining these good practices so that we are prepared to quickly move into higher alert levels if we need to.
Public health measures and the ‘10 Golden Rules’
If you’re sick, stay home. Don’t go to work, school or socialise.
If you have cold or flu-like symptoms, call your doctor or healthline. Get tested.
Wash your hands.
Sneeze or cough into your elbow and regularly clean shared surfaces.
You must self-isolate if you’re told by officials to do so.
Stay healthy, work with your GP if you have underlying health issues.
Keep track of where you’ve been.
Businesses help people track movements by displaying the QR code.
Be kind to others and be kind to yourself.
For more info - https://sportnz.org.nz/resources/play-active-recreation-and-sport-at-alert-level-1/