Our team has prepared videos in a variety of languages for ethnic communities. This set of videos provides information on the Golden Rules - Alert Level 4.

Video in Arabic (عربي) Video in Cantonese (粤语) Video in Filipino (Tagalog)
Video in Hindi (हिन्दी) Video in Mandarin (普通话) Video in Punjabi (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ)
Video in Spanish (Español) Video in Farsi (فارسی) Video in Urdu (اُردُو )
Video in Portuguese (Português) Video in Tamil (தமிழ்) Video in Burmese (ဗမာ)
Video in Khmer (ខ្មែរ)    

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Transcript of the videos in English

عربي (Arabic) message

粤语 (Cantonese) message

Tagalog (Filipino) message

हिन्दी (Hindi) message

普通话 (Mandarin) message

ਪੰਜਾਬੀ (Punjabi) message

Español (Spanish) message

فارسی (Farsi) message

اُردُو (Urdu) message

Português (Portuguese) message

தமிழ் (Tamil) message

ဗမာ (Burmese) message

ខ្មែរ (Khmer) message



Golden rules for us in New Zealand while we remain at alert level 4.

Stay in your home, with your social bubble such as family and housemates.

If you are feeling unwell call your doctor or the Healthline. The Healthline number is visible on the screen

Your doctor and health line can tell you if you needed to get tested. The Healthline number is visible on the screen

If you leave your house for reasonable causes stay safe

I am sharing some tips with you for staying safe. These are the golden rules:

  1. Wear a mask and keep a two-metre distance from others
  2. Wash and sanitise your hands
  3. Stay local and be kind to each other
  4. Scan, Scan, scan. Using the NZ COVID Tracer App. Scanning is important for keeping you safe

For updates and advice on vaccination, tracing and staying safe at alert level 4 please follow the ministry of health website visible on the screen and in the description of this video.

Ministry of Health website


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