Could be some fun bits and pieces today - another round of cabinet papers relating to the response released.
Given the last one was released Friday afternoon and this has been released in the morning, I'm not expecting anything politically explosive compared to the last one.
Always interesting to see who was saying what and when.
A late-May paper from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet shows that Health Director General Ashley Bloomfield wanted the country to spend quite a lot longer at alert level 2.
Bloomfield was keen to spend 28 days at "the full version" of alert level 2, with gatherings restricted to 100 people.
This only began at 29 May - meaning Bloomfield wanted most of June itself to be in level 2.
But amid many days with no new cases and a big push from business, National, and NZ First, New Zealand ended up moving to alert level 1 much sooner on June 8.
I hope it was worth it - moving to level 1 despite expert opinion not to rush it.