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.
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
Rainbow health gets boost
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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.
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.
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.
New coach support to bolster midwives
$5 million is allocated over the next three years to support the initiative.
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.