Invitation to a hui on the new COVID-19 Protection Framework

Kia ora koutou katoa,

Earlier this week the Prime Minister announced that, subject to confirmation by Cabinet, New Zealand will move to the new COVID-19 Protection Framework soon after 29 November. This new framework will replace the current Alert Level system and is designed to help us manage COVID-19 with a highly  vaccinated population.

We know our communities have a lot of questions about the new framework and how it will work in practice.

To help understand the new frame work, we have organised a hui where Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) will talk about this in more detail and answer any questions you may have.

It will take place on the 24th November at 6.00pm to 7.30pm.

Because there are restrictions on gatherings of people the session will be run via Zoom and you can join through this link: https://dia-nz.zoom.us/j/83540838308?pwd=TXBFQ3VJQWpjMnM2ckpqQUZnNTd6UT09

Meeting ID: 835 4083 8308 Password: 641116

We will be joined by colleagues from the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet who will cover:

  1. The COVID-19 Protection Framework – An overview and what it means for you
  2. Information and collateral that will help you and your communities navigate the new framework
  3. Implementation – helping people to do the right thing and what to do if they aren’t
  4. Questions and answers.

Please email your questions in advance to info@ethniccommunities.govt.nz. We expect there to be a lot of information to cover, and this will help us tailor the session and make it as useful as possible.

Please RSVP by emailing info@ethniccommunities.govt.nz to confirm if you are coming by 5.00pm 23rd November. We hope you can join us.

Ngā mihi

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