February 18th – report shows that the three-day coronavirus lockdown order in Auckland, New Zealand’s largest city, ended on the evening of the 17th local time.
On the first day of the lifting of the blockade, the streets of Auckland are still slightly “dere”. Previously, relevant departments had said that they believed that the latest community pandemic was small and controlled.
New Zealand Prime Minister Ardern said after a cabinet meeting on the 17th that Auckland will be transferred to the level 2 pandemic prevention alert level at midnight local time on the 17th, allowing schools and businesses to reopen, limiting the number of public gatherings to 100 people, and requiring people to wear masks when taking mass transportation.
The alert level in other parts of New Zealand has been adjusted to level 1, which means that people no longer need to social distance and limit the size of gatherings.
However, on the 18th day of the first day of the lifting of the blockade, the traffic flow in Oakland city still did not return to normal, and the traffic flow in the CBD also decreased significantly.
Most businesses in downtown Auckland have resumed business, and only a few are still closed.
At the same time, not all employees are on duty, and some enterprises still require employees to continue to work from home.
Most of the catering stores in the CBD are open normally, but not many customers enter the store to consume, and only a few customers are buying coffee or eating breakfast.