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New Zealand Aims to Avoid Lockdowns as Vaccinations Increase

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New Zealand Aims to Avoid Lockdowns as Vaccinations Increase

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said high vaccination rates against Covid-19 would help New Zealand steer away from implementing future public health measures that are disruptive to everyday life.

With high vaccination rates, we don’t have to simply accept that we’ll have those kinds of impacts on people’s lives, but it means that we should strive for high vaccine — that is going to be the golden ticket for New Zealand. It also means that we won’t have to have baseline public health measures that have been really disruptive to our lives. Vaccines can help reduce those down, so it’s all our choice. It’s not a matter of this is the singular pathway, and here’s the inevitable outcome. I don’t think any model intends to be that. They call themselves a guide, and the guide that you can take here is vaccines matter and they help us get to freedom.

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