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Great Barrier Island
Only residents can travel to Great Barrier island. It must be your primary place of residence. You are unable to travel to your holiday home during level 4.
Aotea Health must approve all travel.

North Shore airport
We are operating only essential services throughout the 7 days lockdown.

We all need to remain vigilant in the battle against COVID-19. We recommend travellers:

  • Note that travel restrictions are in place. Please check https://covid19.govt.nz/ before travelling.
  • Be kind and patient with each other and transport staff, especially your driver or crew.
  • Wear a face covering while on board, and while waiting for service.
  • Keep a record of where they go and their interactions on the NZ COVID Tracer App; including scanning QR codes (where available), or manually recording travel information in the NZ COVID Tracer App (where QR codes are not available); OR keep a manual record if you do not have a smartphone.
  • Practice good hygiene and follow Ministry of Health advice. This includes washing and drying their hands thoroughly with soap and water (or hand sanitiser if soap and water are not available), coughing and sneezing into their elbow, and not touching their face.
  • Plan ahead, and allow extra time to ensure your journey is as comfortable as possible.
  • Stay home if they’re unwell or may have COVID-19. They should also not travel if they: have been requested to self-isolate/quarantine, have symptoms of COVID-19, or are awaiting COVID-19 test results.
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