New Zealand falls silent on day one of coronavirus lockdown
Thursday, 26 March 2020 () New Zealand started a one-month compulsory lockdown on Thursday to slow the spread of the coronavirus, with warnings from authorities to stay at home or face big fines and even jail.
Prime Minister Jacinda Arden Urged New Zealanders to reduce contacts to a bare minimum. The announcement comes as the country prepares for a one-month lockdown to help fight the coronavirus. All non-essential services, schools and offices will be shut down to self-isolate their population. According...
With nearly everybody staying home, between recyclables and spring cleaning, there's a massive amount of stuff curbside. In one town, trucks and workers are so overwhelmed, recycling pick-up has been..