This afternoon the Government announced its decision to move away from the Covid-19 protection framework (traffic light system).
This means from midnight tonight, face masks will no longer be required in our Council facilities (though anyone who wishes to wear a mask, may choose to do so).
Thank you all for your efforts in keeping our city safe during the pandemic.
On 1 June 2022, following the latest consultation with staff, the Council's Covid-19 vaccination requirements changed. The decision document can be found here: Covid Decision Document 1 June 2022.pdf
Below are links to the risk assessment and other vaccination data that informed the decision document:
Vaccine passes are no longer required from next week at Porirua City Council facilities
At the orange setting, public facilities are open but with some restrictions. Visitors must wear masks (other than when swimming/exercising or eating/drinking) and stay one metre from others. In some cases, numbers in a venue will be limited to meet the one metre spacing requirement.
There is more specific info below on our various services and facilities.
Lastly, remember the golden rules to keep safe: