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Government to require workers at hospitality venues, large events, gyms and hairdressers to be vaccinated, bringing portion of workforce required to be vaccinated by law up to 40%
26th Oct 21, 5:46pm
Government to require workers at hospitality venues, large events, gyms and hairdressers to be vaccinated, bringing portion of workforce required to be vaccinated by law up to 40%
Gareth Vaughan argues there'd be no better use of public money right now than paying people to get vaccinated against Covid-19
5th Oct 21, 5:00am
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Gareth Vaughan argues there'd be no better use of public money right now than paying people to get vaccinated against Covid-19
It's as well John Key declined to govern New Zealand with the ham-fistedness on display in his woeful Covid opinion-piece, Chris Trotter says
27th Sep 21, 8:47am
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It's as well John Key declined to govern New Zealand with the ham-fistedness on display in his woeful Covid opinion-piece, Chris Trotter says
Government-funded research makes case for why a vaccination rate of above 90% and other public health measures are needed to prevent thousands of deaths
23rd Sep 21, 1:15pm
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Government-funded research makes case for why a vaccination rate of above 90% and other public health measures are needed to prevent thousands of deaths
New Zealand can take ideas and lessons for the Covid-19 path ahead from other small, developed countries such as Singapore, Denmark and Israel, David Skilling says
14th Sep 21, 3:15pm
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New Zealand can take ideas and lessons for the Covid-19 path ahead from other small, developed countries such as Singapore, Denmark and Israel, David Skilling says
Chris Trotter argues that what Covid dissidents should be required to explain is why they refuse to be vaccinated
13th Sep 21, 7:16am
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Chris Trotter argues that what Covid dissidents should be required to explain is why they refuse to be vaccinated
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics describes what life is like in the United States where a chasm has emerged between those vaccinated against Covid-19 and those choosing not to be. Are there lessons for NZ?
10th Sep 21, 10:01am
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics describes what life is like in the United States where a chasm has emerged between those vaccinated against Covid-19 and those choosing not to be. Are there lessons for NZ?
Vaccination programme needs to be fully rolled out before borders can be slowly re-opened, health experts advise Government
11th Aug 21, 6:40am
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Vaccination programme needs to be fully rolled out before borders can be slowly re-opened, health experts advise Government
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says the country now has enough freezers to store four million doses of vaccine at any one time
9th Jun 21, 1:57pm
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Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says the country now has enough freezers to store four million doses of vaccine at any one time
Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says the vaccination programme for the wider population is 'on track'
8th Jun 21, 4:01pm
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Covid-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins says the vaccination programme for the wider population is 'on track'
Auckland to move to COVID-19 Level 1 at midday Friday; PM defends decision to hold off making announcement
12th Mar 21, 11:48am
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Auckland to move to COVID-19 Level 1 at midday Friday; PM defends decision to hold off making announcement
Government releases timeline for COVID-19 vaccine rollout; Lowest-risk portion of the population to start being vaccinated in July, following border workers, health workers, the elderly and people living in high-risk locations
10th Mar 21, 1:13pm
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Government releases timeline for COVID-19 vaccine rollout; Lowest-risk portion of the population to start being vaccinated in July, following border workers, health workers, the elderly and people living in high-risk locations
Government says it has signed an agreement for 8.5 million more doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine; Prime Minister says this will 'simplify' rollout of vaccination, which is still planned for second half of year
8th Mar 21, 4:00pm
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Government says it has signed an agreement for 8.5 million more doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine; Prime Minister says this will 'simplify' rollout of vaccination, which is still planned for second half of year
Family member of North Auckland father and daughter who tested positive for COVID-19 after leaving the Pullman Hotel tests positive while isolating at home
4th Feb 21, 1:56pm
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Family member of North Auckland father and daughter who tested positive for COVID-19 after leaving the Pullman Hotel tests positive while isolating at home
Medsafe provisionally approves Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine to be used in New Zealand once it arrives
3rd Feb 21, 2:02pm
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Medsafe provisionally approves Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine to be used in New Zealand once it arrives
All 16 close contacts of Northland woman return negative COVID-19 tests; 98 departed managed isolation guests still being tracked down for testing
27th Jan 21, 1:20pm
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All 16 close contacts of Northland woman return negative COVID-19 tests; 98 departed managed isolation guests still being tracked down for testing
Medsafe could approve Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine as early as next week; Public vaccine rollout still not expected until the middle of the year
26th Jan 21, 3:11pm
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Medsafe could approve Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine as early as next week; Public vaccine rollout still not expected until the middle of the year
Government says front line workers will be vaccinated against Covid in second quarter of 2021 while vaccination for rest of the population will take place in the second half of the year
17th Dec 20, 9:00am
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Government says front line workers will be vaccinated against Covid in second quarter of 2021 while vaccination for rest of the population will take place in the second half of the year
Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics points out that for many businesses their best customers will be the last ones to get vaccinated for COVID-19
9th Dec 20, 12:41pm
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Patrick Watson of Mauldin Economics points out that for many businesses their best customers will be the last ones to get vaccinated for COVID-19
Massey University's GDP Live team with the global liquidity trap, climate change, the faster than expected global recovery, why inflation may be higher than we think and a return to the old normal?
20th Nov 20, 10:21am
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Massey University's GDP Live team with the global liquidity trap, climate change, the faster than expected global recovery, why inflation may be higher than we think and a return to the old normal?
Government confirms in-principle agreement to purchase enough Covid-19 vaccine for the whole population
19th Nov 20, 8:00am
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Government confirms in-principle agreement to purchase enough Covid-19 vaccine for the whole population
Research, Science and Innovation Minister Megan Woods says Pfizer and BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine could be delivered to New Zealand as soon as the first quarter of 2021
10th Nov 20, 10:03am
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Research, Science and Innovation Minister Megan Woods says Pfizer and BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine could be delivered to New Zealand as soon as the first quarter of 2021
Gareth Vaughan on some cash with your toilet paper, UBI & wellbeing, 'delinquent' Aussie mortgage deferrers, Brazil's Manaus & herd immunity, vaccines & preventing symptomatic infections
2nd Oct 20, 9:56am
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Gareth Vaughan on some cash with your toilet paper, UBI & wellbeing, 'delinquent' Aussie mortgage deferrers, Brazil's Manaus & herd immunity, vaccines & preventing symptomatic infections
Govt allocates hundreds of millions towards finding a Covid-19 vaccine; Details of exactly where funding is going kept under wraps for commercial reasons
27th Aug 20, 10:03am
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Govt allocates hundreds of millions towards finding a Covid-19 vaccine; Details of exactly where funding is going kept under wraps for commercial reasons
Massey University's GDP Live team with the fear of COVID, hopes of a vaccine, antitrust enforcement in the internet era, why fiscal stimulus won't cause an inflation surge and a new era of creative destruction?
21st Aug 20, 10:00am
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Massey University's GDP Live team with the fear of COVID, hopes of a vaccine, antitrust enforcement in the internet era, why fiscal stimulus won't cause an inflation surge and a new era of creative destruction?