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Nov. 10, 2021, 10:20 a.m.

Super Saturday and large vaccination campaigns have been making headlines, but there have been smaller, intimate conversations occurring throughout the country that have been just as important.

After an invitation from kaumatua Sid Tipene, Dr Shane Reti travelled to Motatau Marae to answer questions about COVID-19 and the Pfizer vaccine. Dr Reti has been on the ground supporting the delivery of the vaccination in Te Taitokerau and welcomed the opportunity to share the facts and support whānau to make an informed decision.

Tags: Vaccination Strategy By Maori


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