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There were 983 violations under level 2 alert, police said.
In the Covid-19 briefing this afternoon, Police Commissioner Andrew Coster said the police received 200-250 reports of possible violations a day.
But he said the number of reports to police under level 2 alert had dropped significantly from level 3, between 700-1000 reports a day.
He said a number of complaints were received relating to the retail business that did not have a contact tracking system.
Retailers have been able to reopen under a number of guidelines, however the transition was not as smooth as some businesses wanted.
Coster stressed that retailers don’t need to have contact tracking for buyers, but do need them for employees.
There were 30 violations for house parties / meetings on the weekend, 29 were given warnings, one was prosecuted.
In Dunedin, the police broke up several parties in the quarter of the city students who broke level 2 rules on Saturday night. That same night two men were seen lighting a sofa burning in the middle of Leith St.
- If you have the symptoms corona virus, contact NZ Covid-19 Healthline at 0800 358 5453 (+64 9 358 5453 for an international driver’s license) or contact your doctor – do not appear at the medical center
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