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Only medical professionals can apply for vaccine exemptions on behalf of patients.
Management of Covid cases isolating at home is changing as the threat of Omicron looms.
ANALYSIS: Such issues need to be sorted before Omicron finds its way into the community.
With their house on the market, the NSW-based family is on a deadline to cross the ditch.
Would you be happy giving your name while reporting someone for Covid-19 non-compliance?
There were some delays as demand overpowered the Wi-Fi capacity in Wānaka.
One person with moderate injuries has been taken to hospital.
It's unclear how many of this week's border Covid-19 cases are Omicron.
Starlink has launched several chains of up to 60 satellites in recent years.
Four more cases linked to an Auckland escort agency were reported yesterday.
Kiwis 18 and over can get their booster dose if it's been four months since their second.
The interval between second and booster vaccine doses drops to four months tomorrow.
Public health officials are working hard to reach all potential contacts.
There are multiple virus exposure events at the club
Twelve cases in Auckland, seven in Waikato, seven in the Bay of Plenty and one in Lakes.
Find out what the former privacy commissioner has to say about social media.
Interest in how people can reduce their own risk of diabetes and heart disease has soared.
Do you know who the mystery jet ski hero is?
Tamaki made the alleged threat during a sermon yesterday.
Vaccination for those aged between 5-11 is expected to start by the end of January.
Take a look at how New Zealand's rollout progressed in 2021 before reaching 90 per cent.
New Zealand has reached 90 per cent full vaccination coverage.
After 10 months, Auckland's DHBs have all reached a historic milestone.
Protesters call for daily action during Government House stand
The differences between green, orange and red are important to remember over summer.
Two deaths in home isolation could have been prevented, will we see more?
The traffic light system is all go, officially, today.
The children from the centre with the virus range between eight months to four years old.
There were 173 new community cases yesterday, less than the seven-day average of 187.
Find out where and when you can buy a Covid-19 test from your local pharmacy.
Ministers Little, Sepuloni and Verrall have made a suite of announcements today.
More than 40,000 fewer bookings are being made each day compared to August.
Change is needed for businesses staring down the barrel of closure.
Nearing 100 days in lockdown, Cabinet will re-evaluate Auckland's alert level tomorrow.
"He was always there... a very great man."
The ministry is urging anyone in Wellington with Covid-19 symptoms to get tested.
The two other Auckland DHBs aren't far behind.
LEGO is concerned with the "marketing and communication activity" around the campaign.
Māori GP says there is one key element the Govt and DHBs can learn after successful event.
The members had taken it upon themselves to protect their community.
The police are involved, having visited one person selling vaccination ID cards.
Some family members were inhibiting disabled people from getting vaccinated.
A total of 2024 Māori were dotted across the weekend at the various Got ya Dot sites.
It's only one of many layers of confusion business owners are dealing with.
The risk of transmission at the school was reportedly considered 'very low'.