Louise Upston April 08, 2020
As we head into Easter, we have much to be grateful for two weeks into lockdown. We have come together strongly as a country and in communities to unite against a virus that has and still is destroying so many lives across the world.
Like many of you, I've been able to act swiftly to help keep my family safe by going into our bubble and staying there. It's vitally important that we don't get complacent in our combined efforts to eliminate the spread of this terrible virus. We need to keep it up so that we can shift our sights firmly on recovering from the impacts created by the lockdown.
If you need urgent assistance over Easter, please feel free to contact me and I’ll do what I can to assist. Email email@example.com or freephone 0508 TAUPO MP. You can follow me on Facebook and Instagram for regular updates. My team will be taking a well-deserved break over the Easter holidays but will be back working from their temporary home offices from Tuesday 14 April.
Louise Upston April 03, 2020
The State of National Emergency announced on 25 March 2020 in conjunction with the COVID-19 level 4 alert of lockdown has been extended to 8 April 2020 and it's likely it will be extended further. A cross-party Epidemic Response Committee has been established to consider the Government's response to COVID-19 and I am a part-time member of this Committee. Find out more about what the Committee will do, and how you can watch its meetings.
Louise Upston March 25, 2020
As many of you may already be aware, New Zealand is currently at alert 3, preparing to move to alert 4, by 11.59pm Wednesday night 25 March 2020. The COVID-19 website has been updated with all the information you need to know about what to expect after we have moved up an alert.
In short, we are going to lockdown for four weeks and we should all stay at home unless you are an essential business or essential worker, performing an essential service.
Louise Upston March 19, 2020
These are uncertain, challenging times for us all for sure.
It’s also a time that we should all step up and look after ourselves, our families, friends and neighbours. We need to protect the vulnerable in our community including the elderly as best we can.