COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) agency guidance

(Updated 26 November 2021)

COVID-19 Alert Level update

To check the most up to date status of Alert Levels and specific advice for your region please visit Unite against COVID-19(external link) 

Public Sector Alert Level Guidance

Public Sector Workforce Guidance, including Covid Protection Framework, is also available on the Te Kawa Mataaho website(external link)

Latest vaccination guidance

WorkSafe guidance

How to decide what work requires a vaccinated employee | WorkSafe(external link)

MBIE guidance (includes privacy informtion)

Vaccines and the workplace » Employment New Zealand(external link)

Business Leaders Health and Safety Forum guidance

Vaccination Policy Guidance(external link)

Te Kawa Mataaho (The Public Service Commission) guidance

COVID-19 Protection Framework Guidance(external link)

Agency Covid-19 guidance and information

This page provides general information for health and safety leaders and practitioners of state sector agencies. For specific Covid-19 guidance and to up-to-date official information and resources please regularly check the sites below:  

  • link) for the latest updates and current Covid-19 information, including alert level information and information on New Zealand's Covid-19 vaccination rollout plan.
  • link) for information on current cases, health advice and more specific health information for sectors, businesses etc.  Includes more detailed information on PPE and face coverings, Covid-19 vaccines and other resources and tools (including wellbeing / mental health).   
  • link) for health and safety information, guidance, and resources for PCBUs. Includes information on operating safely at each alert level.
  • link) for specific public service/sector guidance. May include specific requirements, expectations or principles as determined by the Public Service Commissioner, and links to additional sector guidance (e.g. Government Property Group, Privacy etc).
  • link) for guidance and resources to support mental wellbeing during Covid-19.

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