1. Covid-19: Mask use declines in Auckland ahead of public transport rule change  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Covid 19 coronavirus: Taxi drivers feel 'at risk', plea to passengers not wearing masks  New Zealand Herald
  3. Coronavirus: Taxi Federation calls for masks to also be mandatory for passengers  Newshub
  4. COVID-19: How Aucklanders are responding to face masks being mandatory on public transport in the city and regional flights  Newshub
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Many shed their masks after the last community outbreak of Covid-19, and are less worried than they were about catching the virus, survey shows.Many shed their masks after the last community outbreak of Covid-19, and are less worried than they were about catching the virus, survey shows.

"Please wear a mask. We're all in this together, we all need to keep safe.""Please wear a mask. We're all in this together, we all need to keep safe."

Covid 19 coronavirus: Taxi drivers feel 'at risk', plea to passengers not wearing masks - NZ Herald

"If we weren't able to keep social distance, we would probably have masks on." "If we weren't able to keep social distance, we would probably have masks on."

COVID-19: How Aucklanders are responding to face masks being mandatory on public transport in the city and regional flights | Newshub

Auckland taxi drivers are unhappy and a bit confused why their form of public transport is not deemed one in which passengers have to wear masks.Auckland taxi drivers are unhappy and a bit confused why their form of public transport is not deemed one in which passengers have to wear masks.

Covid-19: Auckland drivers worry of risk if passengers don't wear masks | RNZ News