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New Zealand Ski Areas Look to Snow Season Operations with Restrictions

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With New Zealand’s Coronavirus lockdown having been eased, ski resorts are cautiously optimistic they will be able to open for a locals’ season, albeit under tight restrictions.

As reported by winter sports website PlanetSKI, ski resort representatives have met with New Zealand Government officials to see if the ski areas can open safely and within current and anticipated Coronavirus restrictions.

With the New Zealand Government having eased Coronavirus restrictions to Alert Level 3, maintenance teams have been at work on the ski fields this week as operators get ready for a potential opening in June.

 Read the full story at Ausleisure.com

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