Auckland’s 100-day lockdown has come to an end and businesses are trading again under the new “traffic light system” that determines restrictions based on individual areas’ vaccination rates and their level of exposure to COVID-19.
As the eye of the country’s Delta variant storm, Auckland has been placed at the red level which mandates the wearing of face masks and limits on gatherings at public places.
On its website, SkyCity Casino announced its reopening date of Friday, December 3, and specified that it would be operating under the red light level.
“All guests must present an official ‘My Vaccine Pass’ upon entry. If a guest wishes to present a printed vaccine pass they will also be required to show valid photo identification. Please note you must also scan in via QR code or our entry register and that mask-wearing is required at all times,” the casino explained.
Over 1200 New Zealanders were compelled into self-isolation following a positive COVID-19 case being recorded at SkyCity Casino, including 240 members of the venue’s staff.