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    Lights out for traffic light system at midnight tonight

    The Covid-19 Protection Framework, known more commonly as the Traffic Light System, will soon be no more, ending tonight at 11:59 pm tonight "so all New Zealanders can continue to move forward with

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    Government invests $6.5m into Māori science and technology workforce

    The government is investing $6.5m dollars to get and retain more Māori in the science, technology and research sectors, through a new programme designed to network and mentor indigenous academics.

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    Free masks, free RAT tests and new booster campaign planned

    Covid-19 Response Minister Dr Ayesha Verrall has outlined new measures for battling Covid-19 hospitalisations and cases as flu season has begun, with the country in “one of its toughest seasons the

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    Māori left in the dark on Omicron strategy

    Māori have again been left out of consultation as plans for three phases to stamp out Omicron are unveiled.

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    Māori input lacking in three-phase Omicron plan

    “Omicron is here,” Associate Health Minister Dr Ayesha Verrall said today as she outlined the government’s three-phase approach to managing the Covid-19 variant.

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    How Aotearoa will deal with the next Omicron outbreak stages

    With the first stage in managing the Omicron outbreak already announced, Dr Ayesha Verrall and health director-general Dr Ashley Bloomfield detailed the next stages today from Parliament.

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    New coach support to bolster midwives

    $5 million is allocated over the next three years to support the initiative.

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    At-home test for cervical cancer will save wāhine Māori lives- Dr Ayesha Verrall

    Associate Health Minister (Women’s Health) Dr Verrall made the statement at a budget 2021 announcement today.

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