im gonna say probably not, these are the current level 3 lock down rules, id expect they'll be tightened if we drop to level 3 this evening.
Travel and personal movement
At Alert Level 3, you legally must stay within your household bubble whenever you are not at work or school. You can expand this to:
connect with close family and whānau
bring in caregivers, or
support isolated people.
It is important to protect your bubble. Keep your bubble exclusive and only include people where it will keep you and them safe and healthy. If anyone within your bubble feels unwell, they legally must immediately self-isolate from everyone else within the bubble.
Keep your distance when outside your home.
You should keep a distance of at least:
2 metres in public and retail stores, like supermarkets
1 metre in controlled environments, like workplaces and schools.
Maintaining physical distancing
You can travel locally
You can travel within your local area, for example going to work or school, shopping, or getting exercise. Your local area means the area near your home that you regularly visit for essential services. What is considered local will differ depending on where you live. City dwellers may have a supermarket or dairy close by. If you live rurally, you may need to take a drive to reach these.
Public transport can continue to operate with strict health and safety requirements.
Travelling on public transport at Alert Level 3
Travelling in private vehicles at Alert Level 3
Travel between regions is restricted
At Alert Level 3 travel between regions is heavily restricted.
If there is an Alert Level 3 boundary, we will publish information on this website about which travel is permitted.
Gatherings and events
Gatherings of up to 10 people can go ahead, but only for:
wedding and civil union ceremonies
funerals and tangihanga.
Physical distancing and public health measures legally must be maintained.
Public events and entertainment
Cafes, bars, restaurants and night clubs
Funerals and tangihanga
Meeting friends and whānau
Public venues legally must close at Alert Level 3. This includes libraries, museums, cinemas, food courts, gyms, pools, playgrounds and markets.
Exercise, sport and recreation
Now is not the time to take up new activities, or expose yourself or your bubble to any risk. You can do low-risk recreation activities in your local area.
How to exercise and do recreational activities safely at Alert Level 3