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Biden announces 300 million vaccines have been administered in the 150 days.
Editorial: Group three jabs will provide more vulnerable residents with reassurance.
'It has been determined that ... the risk to public health in New Zealand remains low.'
Man loses $50,000 contract after being forced to stay in MIQ for weeks longer.
Antibodies carry on fighting virus long after infection - which is good news for vaccines.
Tracing can cut virus spread by up to 60 per cent - yet it's not the most critical factor.
Business owners say officials have been complacent as their livelihoods are decimated.
New Zealand could have another locally-approved Covid-19 vaccine available by August.
Authorities are awaiting further results after a weak positive test on Stewart Island.
New York Times: Executives received bonuses while millions of doses were thrown away.
"This will reviewed if the situation changes," Chris Hipkins said.
Helen Clark and Gordon Brown held a webinar last night to discuss how to end the pandemic
GDP rose higher than expectations in the first three months of the year.
6559 border exception requests on humanitarian grounds were made between August and April.
Sydney has recorded another Covid-19 case, bringing the number of new infections to two.