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  1. Video for ‘Long-term’ side-effects of Covid vaccination are not a thing
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    ‘Long-term’ side-effects of Covid vaccination are not a thing

    Any side effects from the vaccine happen within days and weeks, not years (and it’s already been 18 months).

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    129 new community cases today

    There are 129 new cases of Covid-19 today, 120 are in Auckland and nine are in Waikato. This takes the outbreak total to 2,389.

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    Confirmation bias: what is it?

    Why some people struggle to change their minds about vaccination, even when the evidence is against them.

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    Steep rise sees 94 Covid cases today

    The Ministry of Health has reported 94 new community cases today, 87 in Auckland and seven in Waikato.

  5. Video for 60 community cases; Aucklanders reach 89% first dose
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    60 community cases; Aucklanders reach 89% first dose

    The Ministry of Health has reported 60 new cases today - three in the Waikato and the rest in Auckland.

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    Kids and the Covid-19 vaccine

    Experience and research show that most young children aren’t at risk of serious illness from Covid-19 — so should we be vaccinating them?

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    A water tank, mattresses and a hand to tidy up the urupā- vaccination incentives in Whangaroa

    Te Rūnanga o Whaingaroa (TROW) in Northland is putting out some incentives for vaccination that a lot of marae committees will love to get their hands on.

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    Māori comprised the highest number of new cases over 12 straight days

    By Māori health researcher Dr Rawiri Taonui, in partnership with Te Ao Māori News.

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    Covid-19 vaccination and breastfeeding

    If you’re breastfeeding, getting the Covid-19 vaccine can also help protect your baby.

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    Get the jab for disabled tamariki, says māmā of disabled teenager

    A Māori māmā with an 18-year-old son, who suffers from a neuromuscular condition and is non-verbal and wheelchair-bound, says the government made the right choice to require mandatory vaccinations

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