Target: Elimination – experts rate NZ's response in Covid-19 battle

Jamie Morton
Jamie Morton

Multimedia Journalist

It's been more than 80 days since New Zealand's first case of Covid-19 was announced. Our Government has been globally lauded for squashing the virus – but did it get everything right? Science reporter Jamie talks to four experts who have been prominent voices throughout our coronavirus saga: Otago University epidemiologist Dr Ayesha Verrall; University of Auckland microbiologist Associate Professor Siouxsie Wiles; Te Punaha Matatini physicist and modeller Professor Shaun Hendy; and the Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's chief science adviser, Professor Juliet Gerrard.