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    A by Maori for Maori approach may the best way to boost vaccination rates

    A by Maori for Maori approach may the best way to boost vaccination rates


    The Government says it'll unveil specific measures on Friday, but did reveal 45.7 percent of Covid cases in the past two weeks were Maori.

    Minister Kiri Allan says when it comes to getting vaccinated...it's clear some communities won't respond to politicians...but will to those close to them.

    She says as a Government, they need to empower people who have access to places they don't.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     27 Nov: Waikato's rolling out the red carpet this weekend to try raise Maori vaccination rates
     18 Nov: The Government's allocated 50-million-dollars to fund 26 projects nationwide to rapidly accelerate Maori vaccination rates
     06 Nov: A Maori youth-led Covid-19 vaccination drive is on this weekend in Auckland
     02 Nov: The High Court has ordered the Ministry of Health to hand over Maori vaccination data to the Whanau Ora Commissioning Agency
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