Look After Our People

March 2, 2022, 1:39 p.m.

Recently Ngāti Kahu has had mobile vaccination centres set up in different areas like Karikari and Taipa to help increase the vaccination rate within Te Hiku. Professor Makere Mutu joins us from Tamaki Makaurau to provide an update on the focus for Ngāti Kahu and preparations whānau now need to take into consideration following the rapid increase of daily Covid cases. Makere says they are still waiting for more RATS rapid antigen tests to arrive and will eventually be providing basic medicines and kai to whānau in need. Makere says to call 0800 kahutia for any assistance and also mentions a group of Māori doctors Te Rōpu Whakakaupapa and the website www.uruta.maori.nz for further information and advice.

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