As of 6am, Sunday, 28 February 2021, Invercargill will move to Alert Level 2 in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
This is the situation for most of the country, apart from Auckland which will move to Alert Level 3.
At Alert Level 2 we can still carry out many of our everyday activities, but we have to do so safely.
Most of the ICC’s services and facilities will continue to operate, but in some cases restrictions and conditions will be in place. More information about restrictions and conditions will be published here soon.
Contact tracing is more important than ever – make sure you scan in using the NZ COVID Tracer app.
Please also observe physical distancing as outlined by the Ministry of Health, practise good hygiene and stay home if you’re sick.
At Alert Level 2 the risk of COVID-19 being present in the community is higher. If you are travelling on public transport, you legally must wear a face covering. You are also encouraged to wear face coverings in situations where physical distancing is not possible, like in shops.
Get the latest information about the situation at covid19.govt.nz
ICC Department COVID information
If you are visiting the CAB building please remember to use the COVID Tracer app and observe physical distancing.
You can use our online payments to pay online.
Make summer unstoppable
This summer will be our first under COVID-19 conditions. It’s important we look after ourselves and our whānau over summer.
Keep doing these four simple things:
- Wash your hands and dry thoroughly
- Scan QR codes
- Turn on Bluetooth tracing on the NZ COVID Tracer app
- Stay home if you’re feeling unwell and get advice about a COVID-19 test.
Get more information on the Unite Against Covid-19 website.
Toolkit for businesses and events
Get resources to help your business or event make summer unstoppable. The resources include posters, templates, social media tiles and digital banners.