(中英)奥克兰将于 12 月 30 日午夜转成“橙色”状态,大多数“红色”区域也将在新年之前转成“橙色”(含新闻发布会直播内容)

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大多数红色区域将在新年之前变成橙色

奥克兰将于 12 月 30 日星期四晚上 11 点 59 分移至橙色。

目前为红色的剩余区域(不包括北地)也将同时移至橙色。 这包括:陶波和罗托鲁瓦湖区、卡韦劳、法卡塔尼、Ōpōtiki 区、吉斯伯恩区、怀罗阿区以及朗吉蒂凯、旺格努伊和鲁阿佩胡区。

没有其他变化。 南岛目前也留在奥兰治。

这让奥克兰多了两个周期。

Most red areas will move to orange ahead of new years

Auckland will move to Orange at 11.59pm Thursday December 30. 

Remaining areas currently in red, excluding Northland, will also move to Orange at the same time. This includes: Taupō and Rotorua Lakes Districts, Kawerau, Whakatane, Ōpōtiki Districts, Gisborne District, Wairoa District, and Rangitikei, Whanganui and Ruapehu Districts.

There are no other changes. The South Island is remaining in Orange for now as well.

This gives Auckland two more cycle periods.

今天的内阁后新闻发布会对于奥克兰人来说特别有趣,他们想知道圣诞节是否仍将是红色的。

阿德恩说,内阁今天开会对交通灯系统进行首次审查。 它考虑了今天的一系列因素,包括疫苗接种率。

由于我们在该地区看到的病例较少,奥克兰存在“谨慎乐观”的情绪。 阿德恩在边界开放前说,这对“我们所有人”都是好消息。

目前有 61 人住院,其中 4 人在 ICU/HDU。 她说,到 12 月 1 日,R 率在几个月内首次放缓至 1 以下。

对于新西兰符合条件的人群,我们接近达到 90% 的疫苗接种率。

Ardern 说,我们有充分的理由保持乐观,但我们在 10 天前才进入交通灯系统。

交通灯系统的下一次评估将在 1 月 17 日那一周进行。

奥米克戎
Ardern 说,将在 1 月初进行有关此新变体的登记,以确保他们遵循有关此变体的最新建议。

她现在向媒体提问开放了新闻发布会。

北地
北地的疫苗接种目标存在几千个差距。 他们预计它最终会变成橙色,但不是现在。
阿德恩说,在我们疫苗接种率低的地区保持“最谨慎”是有道理的。

关于警察检查站和合规性
检查站只能由新西兰警方合法管理。 Ardern 在回答有关夏季期间检查站的问题时说,警察最终是负责人,必须在场进行合规检查。
Ardern 说,他们对合规性设定期望的唯一地方是奥克兰南部和北部。

Ardern 重申他们对 Northland 持谨慎态度,这就是为什么现在它在交通灯系统下保持红色。

加强针
大部分符合条件的新西兰人将在 3 月/ 4 月左右接种加强针。
Bloomfield 表示,辉瑞疫苗在 omicron 变体方面确实具有良好的效率。 当我们在 2022 年进入冬季时,他们会注意让人们尽可能受到保护的冬季时期。
布卢姆菲尔德说,本周将提供有关加强针的进一步建议。 技术团队正在开会,在接下来的天中会讨论有关此问题的建议。

每个国家/地区都对 omicron 做出回应,而我们比较之下做得最少的国家之一。
Ardern 说,她认为他们有责任审查所有证据并检查这个变种。

Ardern 说,该系统旨在为每个级别提供一定的灵活性,包括橙色。

她补充说,只要企业使用疫苗通行证,就可以在产能方面全面运营。

关于塔利班的问题
Ardern 说她看到了最近关于这个话题的媒体报道。 她不会具体评论个人或媒体报道的细节。
阿德恩概括地说,我们有立法框架和国际义务。

房价
Ardern 说,没有人希望看到我们的房地产市场崩溃。 这是大多数新西兰人拥有的最大单一资产。 他们正在尝试使用所有可用的工具来帮助市场并平衡其中的竞争问题。
他们正试图在需求最大的地区加快住房供应。

 

Today’s post-Cabinet press conference will be particularly interesting for Aucklanders wanting to know whether they’ll still be in the red setting for Christmas.

Cabinet meet today for its first review of the traffic light system, Ardern says. It considered a range of factors today, including vaccination rates.

There is “cautious optimism” in Auckland due to the lower cases we’re seeing in the region. This is good news “for all of us”, Ardern says ahead of the border opening.

There are currently 61 people in hospital, with 4 in ICU/ HDU. The R rate slowed to under 1 for the first time in months by December 1, she said.

There is good cause for optimism but we only moved into the traffic light system 10 days ago, Ardern said.

The next review of the traffic light system will occur during the week of January 17.

Omicron
There will be a check-in regarding this new variant in early January, Ardern said, to make sure they are following the latest advice concerning this variant.

She’s now opened up the news conference to media questions.

Northland
There is a gap of a few thousand regarding vaccination targets in Northland. They expect it to move to orange eventually, but not just yet.
It makes sense to be “most cautious” in the area where we have low vaccination rates, Ardern said.

On police checkpoints and compliance
Checkpoints can only be legally run by the NZ Police. Police ultimately are the ones in charge and must be present for compliance checks, Ardern says in response to questions about checkpoints during the summer period.
The only place where they’ve set expectations around compliance is around southern and northern Auckland, Ardern says.

Ardern repeated that they are being cautious with Northland, which is why it’s staying at red under the traffic light system for now.

Boosters

The vast bulk of eligible New Zealanders due for their boosters are due for them around about the March/ April mark.

Bloomfield says the Pfizer vaccine does have a good level of efficiency around the omicron variant. It’s the winter period they’re mindful of in terms of having people as protected as possible as we go into winter in 2022.

There will be further advice provided this week on the topic of boosters, Bloomfield says. The technical team are meeting to go over advice on this within the next few says.

 

Every country is responding to omicron and we’re one of the countries that have had to do the least in comparison in this space.

Ardern said it’s her view that they have a duty to review all the evidence and have a check-in on this variant.

The system is designed to allow some flexibility at every level, including at orange, Ardern said.

Businesses can be fully operating in terms of capacity as long as they use vaccine passes, she added.

 

Question about the Taliban

Ardern said she’d seen the recent media reports on the topic. She wouldn’t comment specifically on an individual or on the specifics of the media reporting.

We have legislative framework in place as well as international obligations, Ardern said speaking generally.





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