Day two In CovId-19 Lockdown: No you cannot go hunting or Fishing and you cannot even to the Beach

Eco Liberty
27 March 2020
Matthew Miller

Empty Highway in Auckland, New Zealand

Day two since the Covid-19 was declared in New Zealand by the prime minister. This is about fishing and hunting. The reason Into cover this topic because during Level 4 alert level in New Zealand; the people in New Zealand must stay at home (any regard of their health) unless they’re traveling to get essential supple like food and medicine at supermarkets or pharmacy also traveling is severity restricted. So outdoor activities that has something to do about leaving your property and coming out isolation there forth you cannot fishing nor hunting nor even going the beach . This newsletter that I found on fishing.net.nz

Also going to the beach is for bitten during the COVID-19 according the New Zealand Herald in the first paragraph

“Beach access will be restricted and lifeguard patrols will stop nationwide from tomorrow as New Zealand enters lockdown.
As announced by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday, New Zealand was classed as alert level 3 in response to the Covid-19 pandemic, until tonight at 11.59pm when it will go to level 4, which outlined extensive restrictive measures concerning everyday life.”

Here state of Alert in New Zealand from Level 1 to up to Level 4 and the current Alert Level is Level 4

Remember people in any country; Be safe, Be Healthy, wash your hand often, If you sick stay home also report on those who’re not abiding the COVID-19 quarantine laws especially the sick people with flu like symptoms who do not self quarantine. We will get through this pandemic; we will survive