Published on: March 15, 2020
Yesterday’s announcement of further travel restrictions, including the requirement that travellers entering New Zealand must self-isolate for a period of 14 days, heightens the challenges many New Zealand businesses are already facing. Our thoughts are with our clients at this difficult time. To provide some help in this highly dynamic environment, we have pulled together some of the key legal considerations that you might be needing to think through. For those of you working through urgent issues today, we’ve included some key contacts who can be reached today.
We will provide further information, including on our own response to Covid-19, and other ways we can help, this week. The Prime Minister's statement describing the current restrictions, and signalling further announcements and support measures to follow, can be read in full here.
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