Delta Will Breach Tāmaki Makaurau Borders

Oct. 22, 2021, 1:12 p.m.

Confirmed positive cases of Covid continue to increase in Auckland at a rapid rate which is eventually going to reach all parts of Aotearoa. Dr Taonui believes that if Tāmaki Makaurau had remained in Alert Level 4 rather then moving in to Alert level 3 at such an early stage we would have had better control of the pandemic.

Māori remain the highest rate of positive cases then any other ethnicity in Aotearoa and the most vulnerable due to the many Māori communities with low vaccination rates.

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