Here we are, three months of the year having gone already and our first quarterly executive meeting behind us.
The COVID journey carries us forward into 2022 and now with us operating under the traffic light system we have all had to adapt to further changes, as from 14 April with the changes to the Orange traffic light that we are operating under.
The key changes operating at Orange being –
• There is no requirement to scan in or for a business to display a QR code poster or have mandatory record keeping.
• You do not need to wear a face mask outdoors, other face mark rules remain unchanged.
All of the country is at Orange, so it is useful to be reminded of the Key points to keep ourselves safe – https://covid19.govt.nz/traffic-lights/life-at-orange/
Global Supply Chain
Despite plans for opening up the borders to international travel and an increase in flights, there are still some 40 countries where NZ Post is unable to provide service to – https://www.nzpost.co.nz/contactsupport/international-delivery-updates#sending, including Russia and Ukraine and almost the same number of countries not sending to New Zealand – https://www.nzpost.co.nz/contact-support/international-delivery-updatesUreceiving
Even with the deferring of Royalpex 2021 until February 2022, COVID-19 still didn’t play ball which led to the exhibition being held as a judging only event, closed to the public. New Zealand Post continued to provide their major sponsorship with the printing of the programme and supply of miniature sheets for souvenirs. Refer to the report later in the newsletter. A copy of their final newsletter No 4 is at https://drive.google.com/file/d/1K2eX5hxUAw5aOkxe799BPSP8H09g1Vc/view?usp=sharing
Unfortunately, the special meeting intended to be held in conjunction with Royalpex on 26 February didn’t take […]