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  •   Home > News > Politics

    The Opposition's rubbishing the Government's new Covid traffic light system

    The Opposition's rubbishing the Government's new Covid traffic light system


    The new regime begins when every District Health Board in the country reaches a 90 percent vaccination rate.

    Auckland could move sooner if all its DHBs reach the mark.

    National Party leader Judith Collins says it's not good enough.

    She says the government has again come up with a confusing system, when people are still trying to get their heads around the last one.

    Ms Collins wants to open up New Zealand as normal when the country gets to 85 percent vaccination.

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