All Chorus network is running normally

Published: Mon 22 Jul 2013 09:19 AM
Media Advisory
22 July 2013 9am
Impact of July 21 earthquakes
All Chorus network is running normally.
24 buildings where Chorus staff work, across Wellington, Seddon and Blenheim, have been closed pending structural examinations to ensure they are safe to re-enter.  This includes exchange buildings and office buildings.
We expect these buildings to become progressively cleared for re-entry throughout the day.  Chorus is also awaiting Civil Defence clearance to re-enter central Wellington.
Due to the inability to access certain buildings there may be some disruption to the provision of services to end users. Chorus will contact any end users directly if we are unable to meet prior appointments.
We apologise for this disruption and we are focused on returning to business as usual as soon as it is safe to do so.

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