No vaccination target for Māori concerns health experts
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Māori health experts are worried about the lack of a specific vaccination target for Māori in the reopening plan announced today. Restrictions will ease once 90 percent of the population in each DHB area is fully vaccinated. But health advocates say that could be devastating. Jamie Tahana has more.
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