What you can do in Level 1 - restrictions on physical distancing and businesses to be lifted

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has outlined what restrictions will be moved when the country moves to Alert Level 1.

Jacinda Ardern Source: Getty

Cabinet will consider the move on Monday.

How life will change:

Restrictions on businesses and services will be lifted.

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The PM has outlined what life will look like when we move into Level 1. Source: 1 NEWS

Rules governing hospitality outlets will be lifted.

There will be no physical distancing rules, and limits on gatherings will be removed.

Crowds will be allowed at sports matches and church services.

Community sport can resume without restrictions.

Physical distancing is no longer required on air travel or public transport.

Border controls remain in place and increased hygiene is expected of all New Zealanders.

The 10 golden rules of Alert Level 1

If you're sick, stay home.

If you have cold or flu symptoms call your doctor.

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The National Party leader told Breakfast the restrictions need to be loosened. Source: Breakfast

Wash your hands.

Sneeze or cough into your elbow and disinfect surfaces.

Isolate immediately if told to by authorities.

If you have underlying conditions, talk with your GP about precautions.

Keep track of where you've been.

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Some hand wash karaoke might be just the ticket to reach the 20-second mark. Source: 1 NEWS

Businesses should help.

Stay vigilant.

Be kind to others and to yourself.