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  •   Home > News > Environment

    West Aucklanders are encouraged to go back to level 4 bubbles

    West Aucklanders are encouraged to go back to level 4 bubbles


    Auckland was hit by heavy rain Monday and Tuesday, with flooding forcing the evacuation of a number of homes in parts of West Auckland.

    Auckland Emergency Management deputy controller Rachel Kelleher says during the storm people needed help, but they should now go back to level 4 rules.

    She says now we're in the clean-up phase people should stick to their original bubbles and track where they've been and who they've been in contact with.

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