Omicron Daily Cases Rapidly Increasing

Jan. 25, 2022, 1:30 p.m.

Dr Rawiri Taonui has been leading the research for the Māori statistics around Covid-19, the different variants and how Māori have been impacted by this virus. Dr Taonui says that the current focus for Māori and all of Aotearoa at this time happens to be the more infectious variant Omicron following the confirmation of the public outbreak in the Nelson region, which has seen the Government move all of Aotearoa to the Red Light.  Dr Taonui also says that the daily cases of Omicron have been increasing and reminds us to stock up on kai and basic medications that we would use for the common flu and colds. 

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