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  1. Video for Free taxi rides to ramp up first covid-19 vaccinations
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    Free taxi rides to ramp up first covid-19 vaccinations

    Aucklanders who can't afford to travel to a vaccination centre for their first dose can catch a taxi for free.

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    Immunity from the virus versus the vaccine

    The vaccine offers good protection against Covid-19, without the risks of the disease

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    Bacon Butty breakfast is back

    If you’re reading this before 7am today (Wednesday) and you’re in New Plymouth, head for the Baker-Tilley Building in Powderham Street where you can have a free breakfast with your Covid-19 vaccina

  4. Video for Ngawaihonoitepo Paki calls rangatahi to take vaccination seriously
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    Ngawaihonoitepo Paki calls rangatahi to take vaccination seriously

    Hundreds turn out to get vaccinated at the weekend in Hopuhopu including Puhi Ariki Ngawaihonoitepō Paki.  

  5. Video for If you care about your gonads, get vaccinated
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    If you care about your gonads, get vaccinated

    Covid-19 can affect fertility, but the vaccine against it cannot.

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    It’s biologically impossible for the vaccine to give you Covid-19

    Nothing in the vaccine can give you Covid-19 or cause you to “shed” the virus to others

  7. Video for Waikato-Tainui, Tuwharetoa leaders call for Māori to get the jab
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    Waikato-Tainui, Tuwharetoa leaders call for Māori to get the jab

    King Tuheitia Potatau Te Wherowhero Te Tuawhitu and Tuwharetoa paramount chief Sir Tumu Te Heuheu are banding together to encourage all Māori to get vaccinated.

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    I’m immunocompromised: is the Covid-19 vaccine right for me?

    The vaccine may not work as well in people with compromised immune systems - but it’s still safe to have and will continue to offer some protection in most people.

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    Major milestones for Māori Covid-19 vaccine rollout

    Associate Health (Māori Health) Minister Peeni Henare says, "Over 285,000 of eligible Māori have had their first dose. This is fantastic news and demonstrates that the whānau-based approach we have taken across the roll-out is working."

  10. Video for A 'risky decision' going to level 3, says Covid analyst Professor Rawiri Taonui
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    A 'risky decision' going to level 3, says Covid analyst Professor Rawiri Taonui

    Professor Rawiri Taonui says there are signs Auckland may be suffering from lockdown fatigue.

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