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    The Omicron risk for Māori | Dr Rawiri Taonui

    By Māori Covid-19 Analyst Dr Rawiri Taonui, in partnership with Te Ao Māori News

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    'Wipe the Māori out'- racist messages and threats towards Māori need to stop

    Māori Authority chairman Matthew Tukaki is no stranger to the sting of social media and other forms of racism and says it needs to stop. 

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    Māori cases declining faster than all other ethnicities | Dr Rawiri Taonui

    By Māori Covid-19 Analyst Dr Rawiri Taonui, in partnership with Te Ao Māori News. Māori cases Week ending 10 January

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    Māori community cases pass 5,000 | Dr Rawiri Taonui

    By Māori Covid-19 Analyst Dr Rawiri Taonui, in partnership with Te Ao Māori News. Active cases in 12 North Island DHBs No active cases in the South Island

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    Dr Rawiri Taonui | Auckland border risk threatens Māori over holiday

    Researcher Dr Rawiri Taonui says Aotearoa should watch out for several pocket-sized Covid-19 outbreaks in holiday spots before the New Year, and Maori will be over 50% of cases by mid-January.

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    Covid cases declining but Māori need to remain vigilant | Dr Rawiri Taonui

    Māori and Pacific peoples continue to pay the highest price in a pandemic managed by Pākehā and driven by mainly European cases entering our borders.

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    No new Pākehā- Māori and Pacific set new Delta records | Dr Rawiri Taonui

    By Māori Covid-19 Analyst Dr Rawiri Taonui, in partnership with Te Ao Māori News. Today marks the end of the 17th week of the Delta outbreak.

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    Watch for that Covid surge- Dr Rawiri Taonui

    By Māori Covid-19 Analyst Dr Rawiri Taonui, in partnership with Te Ao Māori News.

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    Māori now make up the highest number of cases since Covid-19 arrived in Aotearoa

    By Māori Covid-19 Analyst Dr Rawiri Taonui, in partnership with Te Ao Māori News.

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    Māori/Pacific 80% of cases- Māori 40% of deaths

    On Friday, there were 198 new Delta cases of which 112 (56.6%) were Māori.

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