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Financial Times: Some have problems like fatigue and organ pains for six weeks or more.
COMMENT: So you're having trouble sleeping? Try these tips.
How despite rushed missteps NZ ended up with an unlikely victory in the war on Covid.
WE SAY:Let's provide targeted support that gets money flowing and kick starts the economy.
Healthcare was one of the biggest winners in the 2020 Budget.
New York Times: Social media is already filling up with misinformation about a vaccine.
New York Times: As gyms reopen, many are wondering whether it's safe, or wise, to return.
New York Times: Whole societies are becoming unwitting test subjects.
New York Times: Symptoms can last long after a person's body has gotten rid of the virus.
Calls for the Government to step up and fund products for students are getting louder.
COMMENT: Before the pandemic, this undertaking would have been a Mission: Impossible.
COMMENT: The past is a guide to economic management, says National's finance spokesman.
Tiny communities with mass graves - the real story behind community roadblocks.
'We've got through this, now just carry on'
"The costs for running a small business are already very hard."
"This is unfair to me and my existing business."
We say: Level 2 offers a giant leap from level 3, but it may be smaller steps for some.
30 years ago two babies were swapped at Timaru Hospital. One of the mums finally speaks.
New York Times: Experts worry cases could soar in US if schools reopen soon.
We are still in the dark on many questions that Covid data should be able to answer.
A saviour in early lockdown days, Lee Suckling says it's time to 'leave meeting' for good.
MATT HEATH: I've taken constructive feedback on board and this week I'm changing tack.
Patients prioritised as elective surgeries are ramping up under level 3 at many hospitals.
You may want to vote based on your own cannabis experience. But that's the wrong approach.
Claims police at every roadblock up-ended by officer's absence.
A road block shutting down SH1 travel runs contrary to police commissioner's claims.
Pharmac says Covid has seen a third of its contractors flag potential supply problems.
No one who lived through it will ever forget the great New Zealand lockdown of 2020.
New York Times: Early trial results of the antiviral drug have been praised.
We talk to the scientists who have steered us to alert level 3.
"In the last month, touch is something many people have been denied," writes Lee Suckling.
NZ is the only western nation eliminating Covid-19. What does it mean; are we there yet?
COMMENT: We continue to fail the most vulnerable, most dependent and the people we love.
We say: The Government's call to "go hard and go early" appears to have paid off.
WE SAY: It is a big deal to start relaxing our mental programming of the past month.
They work in jobs long undervalued and underpaid, but made up the bulk of our frontline.
COMMENT: Labour's Covid-19 response exposes its shortcomings.
COMMENT: He's not technically on the Covid-19 "frontline", but it's close enough for me.
Three companies have claimed substantial taxpayer funds while still operating.
COMMENT: I worry the world is changing for the worse, in ways we will never see reversed.
COMMENT: Unprecedented level of co-operation between district health boards.
EDITORIAL: The challenge is for the authorities to manage the risk as well as possible.
"There is a hospital set-up in Central Park right now. You would never dream of that."
COMMENT: We are obsessed, terrified and reassured by pandemic numbers at home and abroad.
Michael Houlding failed to keep adequate records of 2033 visits he made to 74 patients.
"We suspected something wrong, but we didn't know what it was."
WE SAY: We need to hang in there in order to get back out there as soon as possible.
COMMENT: Steve Braunias discovers what Health Director-General does off-site.
WE SAY: We should be humbled by the work and sacrifices of our essential workers.
COMMENT: The hunt is on for a vaccine to deal with Covid-19 but the challenge is immense.