Painful waits over for Allied Health patients as rules relaxed
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People who have waited patiently - and often painfully - for weeks in lockdown are finally able to access face to face care from dentists, physios and other allied health professionals. The government's relaxed level 3 rules, affecting 2,000 practitioners in Auckland alone, across 43 professions. Sam Olley reports.
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