Lately for Monday 15 February 2021
10:20 The first 24 hours of New Zealand's latest lockdown
Authorities say the latest test results following yesterday's Covid outbreak are encouraging, but caution the next few days will be crucial. After today's Cabinet meetng, the Prime Minister confirmed there'll be no change to the current alert levels for Auckland or the rest of the country. Karyn asks epidemiologist Professor Michael Baker for an update and recap since we learned of the three new community cases of Covid-19 yesterday afternoon.
10:30 London Calling: BBC World Service
Tonight, we cross to the BBC's World Service team in London and Karyn will speak with journalist Audrey Tinline about the progress of Covid-19 vaccines being rolled out in the UK, and also the experience in Brazil. Today is also the first day of compulsory hotel quarantine for people arriving in the United Kingdom from countries identified as on the 'red list'.
10:45 Technology skills for lockdown living
Monday's our weekly science and technology segment and tonight is our first for 2021. With the jump up of lockdown levels overnight - either level 3 in Auckland or level 2 around the rest of the country - did you have to brush up your Zoom meeting skills, or have you gone from strength to strength with working from home? Karyn speaks with technology commentator Paul Spain about what trends he's seeing and what is inspired by Covid-19 on the horizon.