The government’s central resource for COVID-19 business information with updates about COVID-19 and guidance to help businesses. Here’s where you’ll find information about:
Please refer to the Ministry of Health for health-related information and COVID19.govt.nz for all other information from government.
COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) (external link) — Ministry of Health
Unite against COVID-19 (external link) — COVID19.govt.nz
Here’s what you need to know about contact tracing and how to get QR posters for your premises.
The most recent announcements from government about COVID-19 and how it may affect your business.
Businesses can operate at Alert Level 2, but must do so safely. Here’s guidance about workplace activities at Alert Level 2.
One-off loans are available for small businesses to support their cash flow needs. Find out more about eligibility and how to apply.
Information about the wage subsidy and the leave support scheme. Find out if you are eligible and how to apply.
Business debt hibernation helps companies and other entities affected by COVID-19 manage their existing debts until they can start trading normally again.
In times of uncertainty, understanding your financial situation is important. Use our cash flow forecaster to help stay on top of your finances.
Information about developing a COVID-19 safety plan as well as health and wellbeing guidance.
Government guidance and advice for employers affected by COVID-19.
If you’re a landlord or tenant of a rental property affected by COVID-19, Tenancy Services has guidance. This includes info on tenancy terminations and the freeze on rent increases.
Get business information and support, including COVID-19 guidance, tailored to the needs of you and your business.
Learn about how you can protect your business data and avoid cyber scams while you work from home during COVID-19. CERT NZ has guidance to help you work safely and securely.
If you’re having difficulties meeting your tax obligations due to COVID-19, Inland Revenue has support to help.
Invoices for the 20/21 financial year would usually have been sent from 1 July but will now be sent in October. ACC has more information about delayed invoices and guidance to help.
Information on the Business finance guarantee scheme for businesses affected by the economic impacts of COVID-19.
A six-month principal and interest payment deferral programme is underway for mortgage holders and small to medium sized businesses whose incomes have been affected by the economic disruption from COVID-19.
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