Here is the latest property-related information for government agencies.
The COVID-19 Protection Framework (traffic lights) ended on 13 September 2022, with most COVID-19 rules removed. However, agencies health and safety risk assessments may identify work sites or operations where measures are necessary.
Te Kawa Mataaho provides specific public service/sector guidance, as determined by the Public Service Commissioner. It is based on current and immediately foreseeable COVID-19 context and will be reviewed and updated as changes to circumstances require.
Business Govt NZ is government’s central resource for COVID-19 business information with updates about COVID-19 and guidance to help businesses.
Unite against COVID-19 website provides comprehensive information on what settings apply and where, as determined by the Government.
Guidance for managing workplaces
This guidance is provided to assist agencies with property workplace matters, focussing primarily on government offices, as a result of a COVID-19 Public Health response.
Current 27 March 2023:
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Other key COVID-19 guidance
Ministry of Health provides the latest information and advice on COVID-19:
General health and safety guidance, resources to support managing working from home and mental health:
Guidance specific to the building and construction sector, including information on essential services:
Construction Accord’s Sector news and guidance and response plan:
Advice, guidance and requesting support for critical digital services: