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TAS operations under traffic light level: Red

New Zealand is now operating under the Red setting on the COVID-19 Protection Framework – read more

Our offices are open, and we are following all of the Government's guidelines, including contact tracing, verifying vaccine passes, mask use in shared public areas, strong hygiene measures and asking people to get tested and stay home if they or someone they live with is unwell. 

Front+Centre is a vaccination certificated venue
Front+Centre aims to create a safe experience for everyone visiting the venue. That means our team members are vaccinated and as part of the traffic light system, we require all venue users, contractors, suppliers and visitors to TAS to be vaccinated too.

How will it work?
All visitors will need to bring their vaccine pass with them on entry to Front+Centre for verification.

The process will be quick and easy by following the below steps:

Digital sign-in for a safe day out

  1. Ahead of visiting Front+Centre, download ‘My Vaccine Pass’ from ‘My Covid Record’ website (either save it to your phone or print and carry it with you)
  2. On arrival, please present your vaccine pass to our front desk for verification
  3. Sign into NZ COVID Tracer for contact tracing as normal.

Read more about Front+Centre's safety and wellbeing measures here. Please stay home if you are unwell. 

Safety and wellbeing
As an organisation hosting stakeholders across the health sector and beyond, we fully support the COVID-19 vaccine to protect all New Zealanders.

As a customer, you can be certain that your safety is our priority. We respect that vaccination is a personal choice, however, any visitor to TAS or Front+Centre who is unable to show proof of vaccination will not be able to access our site. If you have a vaccine exemption, please contact us directly via info@frontandcentre.co.nz

We’re doing our best to ensure we’re following government guidelines. If things change, we’ll let you know.

For more information 
For the latest COVID-19 information and advice, refer to the COVID-19 website, or Ministry of Health website

Thank you for your support. 

Last updated: 25/1/22