With the entire country plunged back into lockdown, it appears some Kiwis need reminding of the rules... including that takeaways and food delivery apps are off the table.
New Zealand's first community cases of COVID-19 in months pushed the country into alert level 4 on Tuesday, which means businesses are closed except for essential services such as supermarkets, pharmacies, medical clinics and petrol stations.
This means food delivery apps like Uber Eats, Delivereasy and MenuLog are all temporarily suspended.
"With all restaurants and cafes across the country asked to close, we have temporarily suspended the Uber Eats app in New Zealand," a statement from Uber said.
The rideshare service will still be operational.
Menulog also released a statement saying it's "not taking orders at this time", and will update when new information is available.
The system regulations aren't new and we managed to cope over four weeks of level 4 last year, but it still appeared to be a shock to several Kiwis who turned to Twitter in fear late last night after being unable to use their apps.