Vaccine passes are no longer required and businesses under vaccine mandates to use vaccine passes will no longer be mandated. There is no limit for indoor or outdoor gatherings.
The service will be jointly led by the local Muslim community, Christchurch City Council, the Government and Ngāi Tūāhuriri as mana whenua. It will be an opportunity for people to come together in unity, to show compassion, love and support for all our communities, and the value we place on being an inclusive and diverse country.
The service provides a chance to acknowledge the unity shown in Ōtautahi-Christchurch, New Zealand and the world in response to the tragedy, and to express appreciation for the responders and all those who helped and to stand in solidarity with the bereaved, injured and all those affected.
The service is free to attend however due to limited capacity in Christchurch Arena, bookings are required.
People planning to attend the National Remembrance Service are asked to:
In the interests of sustainability and minimising waste, people wanting to leave tributes around the city are asked to make sure the tributes are entirely compostable, with flowers left unwrapped, and any ties or attachments able to be composted.