NUR FÜR AFP-ABONNENTEN (NO RESALE)AUCKLAND, NEUSEELAND17. DEZEMBER 2020QUELLE: AFP1. Foto Police officers (yellow vests) patrol a street in Auckland on December 17, 2020. WELLINGTON, NEUSEELAND30. NOVEMBER 2020QUELLE: AFP2. Foto New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern arrives for a press conference to speak about the charges laid over the 2019 White Island volcanic eruption, in Wellington on November 30, 2020.WELLINGTON, NEUSEELAND14. FEBRUAR 2021QUELLE: FACEBOOK / @JACINDAARDERNEINSCHRÄNKUNGEN: FOR EDITORIAL PURPOSES ONLY3. O-TON 1 - Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand Prime Minister (Frau, English, 24 Sek.): 'We have been dealing with more transmissible versions, mutations of Covid-19. We are wanting to be very cautious. So that's why we've taken this very cautious approach of asking Aucklanders to move into Level 3 for the next 72 hours, and the rest of New Zealand will be Level 2. '4. O-TON 2 - Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand Prime Minister (Frau, English, 8 Sek.): 'Basically what we want people to do is stay home. And so for the next 72 hours if you're in Auckland, please stay home. If, however, you work in a job where it's not possible to work from home and you're not in a public-facing job, we ask that you follow all the public health guidelines.'WELLINGTON, NEUSEELAND20. APRIL 2020QUELLE: AFP5. Foto A motorway sign reads 'Be kind and stay calm' along a street devoid of cars in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in Wellington on April 20, 2020.