By now, Kiwis are getting used to living in their bubbles.
"They are our vector for transmission. They're the ones who pass it on."
He is calling on the Government to help residents stay at home.
The Prime Minister emphasised the need to watch out for "silent spread" of virus.
Why can't we come down harder on people breaking the lockdown rules? How do I get my WOF?
Prime Minister addresses the nation on the seventh day of alert level 4 lockdown.
The Prime Minister previously said that by April 6 we would know if the lockdown was working.
The previous criteria had come under fire for being too strict.
PM Jacinda Ardern says "even some of the best scenarios paint a very grim picture".
They say the "innocent enough jokes" could prevent the interpreters from providing an important service.
But magazines and other non-daily publications aren't included.
"I expect that will make a big difference."
It comes as 58 new cases of the coronavirus were confirmed in New Zealand.
Anyone who suspects their local supermarket is unfairly hiking up prices can dob them in by email.
It comes as police eye up greater enforcement on lockdown rule-breakers.
"Vulnerable workers in our essential workers should not be on the frontline."
The PM is expected to address supermarket stock availability and product pricing.
The Police Commissioner says more than 4000 people returned in the last three days.
The Opposition leader will chair a group holding the Government to account.
The police have created an online platform to make a complaint.
Sunday saw a drop in the number of new cases, but it's too early to get optimistic, says Ardern.
"If you do not have a plan for self-isolation... you will be placed, essentially, into quarantine."
Mothers can have one support person - but only for the birth, then they're out.
Butchers have been closed, meaning many Muslims can't buy any.
She warns Kiwis who think they're above the law that they can be arrested.
"We will not hesitate to take enforcement action."
The next few weeks will be pivotal.
Some Kiwis are ignoring instructions not to socialise with people outside of their immediate household.
She's calling on landlords to "pass on the compassion" to tenants.
Air New Zealand was being paid to fly 15,000 Germans and EU citizens out of New Zealand.