Ngāti Kahu continue to support Whānau through Omicron Wave

March 30, 2022, 8 a.m.

In less than one week Aotearoa will say goodbye to some mandates that have weighed heavy on the public. Ahorangi Makere Mutu shares her concerns about the next phase of this plan to lessen Covid 19 restrictions and open the border.

She shares her whakaaro on the way the Government has released the restraints on Aotearoa and we continue to see large case numbers daily.

Te Runanga o Ngāti Kahu prepares to continue providing mobile vaccination clinics throughout the rohe to protect our vulnerable communities and specifically our kaumātua and kuia.

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