Māori Are 50-60% of All Daily Cases

Nov. 19, 2021, 1:25 p.m.

Dr Rawiri Taonui has been one of the principle researchers for the Covid-19 Delta statistics and has provided weekly updates on the impact on the different ethnicities in Aotearoa, especially Māori. Dr Taonui says the last six days are the six highest days for Māori. Māori running between 50% and 60% of all daily cases, this includes the analysis of current death rate. Dr Taonui also believes there is a high probability that Delta will reach all North Island DHBs by Christmas with a revised estimate of 6600 Māori cases by Christmas.

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