Immigration New Zealand is making a few exceptions.
The National Party leader is making the trip each week to Parliament.
Foreign Affairs Minister Winston Peters has revealed the details.
But he said that lockdown rules were in place for a reason.
Tourists will be able to travel across NZ if they need to catch flights out.
He says coronavirus is an opportunity to drop the "stupid ideas that dragged this country down".
The NZDF remains committed to fighting ISIS.
They've written a message to the Prime Minister.
"We are reaching a point where the best option for most New Zealanders offshore is to shelter in place."
He's urging Kiwis to put themselves on a "war footing".
All staff and their families will be returned to New Zealand.
The Deputy Prime Minister will not be asked to stay at home to avoid catching COVID-19.
Winston Peters says they could be picked up from a single location.
It's the first time Kiwis have been advised not to travel abroad.
New Zealand has not recognised slaughter of Armenians in WW1 as genocide.
Paula Bennett is concerned it took "almost six hours" for more details to emerge.
Politicians will vote on changes to the abortion legislation on Tuesday night.
"We had a mass murderer come to this country from Australia. Did we make a song and dance with Australia about that?"
The Government is now considering the implications for New Zealand troops.
He's dismissed criticism as conspiracy theories, but come up with one of his own.