COVID-19 Nation Dates (2nd ed.) (WIP)

The Institute is currently in the process of preparing a second edition of COVID-19 Nation Dates. The second edition will build on the existing events as well as new events from 23 January 2020 to 31 March 2024. Thank you to those of you who have provided feedback on the first edition. We are working really hard to represent the breadth of events that have occurred over this time. 

We have endeavoured to create a comprehensive list of events; however, we may still have missed some events. For this reason, we welcome your feedback and suggestions for the 2nd edition.

References (includes our tentative 2nd edition references for our reviewers)

To ensure reliable access to the research used for COVID-19 Nation Dates, we now scan and upload the relevant sections of each source, which are accessible by clicking the links below.

Please note that Acts of Parliament referred to in COVID-19 Nation Dates are not included in this reference list. They are publicly accessible at (i) legislation.govt.nz (for legislation currently enacted) and (ii) www.nzlii.org/nz/legis/hist_act/ (for legislation not currently enacted).

References A–M
CitationFull ReferenceWhere found (note: square brackets refer to the entry date)See page numberFirst cited in:Batch name
(1News, 2020a)1News (2020a, 8 June). Covid-19 timeline: A look back at how NZ responded to the crisis, eliminating all active cases. Retrieved 12 October 2020 from https://www.1news.co.nz/2020/06/08/covid-19-timeline-a-look-back-at-how-nz-responded-to-the-crisis-eliminating-all-active-cases [see PDF here][9 Apr 2020]421st Edition (March 2023)
(1News, 2020b)1News (2020b, 15 April). Three Burwood Hospital staff contract Covid-19 after caring for Rosewood Rest Home residents. Retrieved 30 November 2020 from https://www.1news.co.nz/2020/04/15/three-burwood-hospital-staff-contract-covid-19-after-caring-for-rosewood-rest-home-residents [see PDF here][29 May 2020]471st Edition (March 2023)
(1News, 2021a) 1News (2021a, 25 June). Traveller with Covid-19 who visited Wellington has Delta variant - NSW officials. Retrieved 12 January 2023 from https://www.1news.co.nz/2021/06/25/traveller-with-covid-19-who-visited-wellington-has-delta-variant-nsw-officials/ [see PDF here] [25 Jun 2021]871st Edition (March 2023)
(1News, 2021b)1News (2021b, 17 November). What you need to know about My Vaccine Pass. Retrieved 3 December 2021 from https://www.1news.co.nz/2021/11/16/what-you-need-to-know-about-my-vaccine-pass [see PDF here][17 Nov 2021]1011st Edition (March 2023)
(1News, 2022a)1News (2022a, 17 February). National security meeting to be held over Parliament protest. Retrieved 17 February 2022 from https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/02/16/national-security-meeting-to-be-held-over-parliament-protest [see PDF here][15 Feb 2022]1231st Edition (March 2023)
(1News, 2022b)1News (2022b, 17 February). 12 Covid cases confirmed at Starship children's hospital. Retrieved 17 February 2022 from https://www.1news.co.nz/2022/02/16/12-covid-cases-confirmed-at-starship-childrens-hospital [see PDF here][16 Feb 2022]1241st Edition (March 2023)
(AGDOH, 2021)Australian Government Department of Health (AGDOH) (2021, 24 March). Coronavirus (COVID-19) advice for international travellers. Retrieved 10 March 2021 from https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert/coronavirus-covid-19-restrictions/coronavirus [see PDF here][14 Feb 2021]721st Edition (March 2023)
(Ainge Roy, E., 2020)Ainge Roy, E. (2020, 18 October). New Zealand's three-week streak without local Covid case ends as port worker falls ill. Guardian. Retrieved 18 January 2021 from https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/oct/18/new-zealands-three-week-streak-without-local-covid-case-ends-as-port-worker-falls-ill [see PDF here][18 Oct 2020]571st Edition (March 2023)
(Air New Zealand, 2021a)Air New Zealand (2021a, 26 January). International travel options. Retrieved 26 January 2021 from https://www.airnewzealand.co.nz/covid19-international-travel [see PDF here][25 Jan 2021]
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(Air New Zealand, 2021b)Air New Zealand (2021b, 22 February). Air New Zealand trials global digital travel pass [press release]. Retrieved 3 February 2021 from https://www.airnewzealand.co.nz/press-release-2021-airnz-trials-global-digital-travel-pass [see PDF here][22 Feb 2021]731st Edition (March 2023)
(Air New Zealand, 2021c)Air New Zealand (2021c, 3 October). Air New Zealand to introduce 'no jab, no fly' for international travellers [press release]. Retrieved 8 December 2021 from https://www.airnewzealand.co.nz/press-release-2021-airnz-mandatory-vaccination [see PDF here][3 Oct 2021]961st Edition (March 2023)
(Andelane, L., 2020a)Andelane, L. (2020a, 24 June). Coronavirus: Ministry of Health confirms 51 of 55 people who left quarantine early were not tested for COVID-19. Newshub. Retrieved 30 October 2020 from https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/06/coronavirus-ministry-of-health-confirms-51-of-55-people-who-left-quarantine-early-were-not-tested-for-covid-19.html [see PDF here][16 Jun 2020]481st Edition (March 2023)
(Andelane, L., 2020b) Andelane, L. (2020b, 30 August). COVID-19: Auckland to move to ‘level 2.5’ on Sunday – what you need to know. Newshub. Retrieved 16 January 2023 from https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2020/08/covid-19-auckland-to-move-to-level-2-5-on-sunday-what-you-need-to-know.html [see PDF here][30 Aug 2020]531st Edition (March 2023)
(Andelane, L. & Longley, M., 2021)Andelane, L. & Longley, M. (2021, 26 November). Coronavirus: Latest on COVID-19 community outbreak - Friday, November 26. Newshub. Retrieved 29 June 2022 from https://www.newshub.co.nz/home/new-zealand/2021/11/coronavirus-latest-on-covid-19-community-outbreak-friday-november-26.html [see PDF here]
[29 Nov 2021]1031st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2020a)Ardern, J. (2020a, 16 April). Alert Level 3 restrictions announced [press release]. Retrieved 13 March 2023 from
https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/alert-level-3-restrictions-announced [see PDF here]
[Quotation: Ardern]51st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2020b)Ardern, J. (2020b, 14 March). Major steps taken to protect New Zealanders from COVID-19 [press release]. Retrieved 9 September 2020 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/major-steps-taken-protect-new-zealanders-covid-19 [see PDF here][14 Mar 2020]361st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2020c)Ardern, J. (2020c, 19 March). Stronger border measures to protect NZers from COVID-19 [press release]. Retrieved 9 September 2020 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/stronger-border-measures-protect-nzers-covid-19 [see PDF here][19 Mar 2020]371st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2020d)Ardern, J. (2020d, 21 March). Nation steps up to COVID-19 Alert Level 2 [press release]. Retrieved 9 September 2020 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/nation-steps-covid-19-alert-level-2 [see PDF here][21 Mar 2020]371st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2020e)Ardern, J. (2020e, 23 March). Prime Minister: COVID-19 Alert Level increased [speech]. Retrieved 10 September 2020 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/speech/prime-minister-covid-19-alert-level-increased [see PDF here][23 Mar 2020]381st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2020f)
Ardern, J. (2020f, 25 March). Prime Minister’s statement on State of National Emergency and Epidemic Notice [speech]. Retrieved 11 August 2020 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/speech/prime-minister%E2%80%99s-statement-state-national-emergency-and-epidemic-notice [see PDF here][25 Mar 2020]391st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2020g)Ardern, J. (2020g, 20 April). Prime Minister's remarks on COVID-19 alert level decision - April 20 [speech]. Retrieved 26 August 2020 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/speech/prime-minister%E2%80%99s-remarks-covid-19-alert-level-decision-%E2%80%93-april-20 [see PDF here][20 Apr 2020]
[Quotation: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern]
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(Ardern, J., 2020h) Ardern, J. (2020h, 15 July). Next steps in COVID response [press release]. Retrieved 16 January 2023 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/speech/next-steps-covid-response [see PDF here][15 Jul 2020]501st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2020i)Ardern, J. (2020i, 11 August). PM comments on Auckland COVID-19 case [press release]. Retrieved 9 September 2020 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/pm-comments-auckland-covid-19-case [see PDF here][11 Aug 2020]511st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2021a) Ardern, J. (2021a, 3 May). NZ Cook Islands travel bubble significant step in COVID-19 recovery [press release]. Retrieved 16 January 2023 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/nz-cook-islands-travel-bubble-significant-step-covid-19-recovery [see PDF here][3 May 2021]831st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2021b) Ardern, J. (2021b, 12 August). Government sets out plan to reconnect New Zealanders to the world [press release]. Retrieved 4 February 2022 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/government-sets-out-plan-reconnect-new-zealanders-world [see PDF here][12 Aug 2021]
[12 Aug 2021]
911st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2021c)Ardern, J. (2021c, 9 September). Additional Pfizer vaccines to arrive tomorrow [press release]. Retrieved 3 December 2021 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/additional-pfizer-vaccines-arrive-tomorrow [see PDF here][12 Sep 2021]941st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2021d)Ardern, J. (2021d, 12 September). Half a million Pfizer vaccines from Denmark [press release]. Retrieved 3 December 2021 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/half-million-pfizer-vaccines-denmark [see PDF here] [12 Sep 2021]941st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2021e)Ardern, J. (2021e, 17 November). Auckland boundary to change 15 December [press release]. Retrieved 3 December 2021 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/auckland-boundary-change-15-december [see PDF here][17 Nov 2021]1011st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2021f)Ardern, J. (2021f, 29 November). Traffic light levels announced [press release]. Retrieved 14 December 2021 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/traffic-light-levels-announced [see PDF here][2 Dec 2021]1031st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2022a) Ardern, J. (2022a, 23 January). NZ to move to Red. Retrieved 10 February 2022 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/speech/nz-move-red [see PDF here][23 Jan 2022]1171st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2022b)Ardern, J. (2022b, 29 January). Prime Minister enters self-isolation after being deemed a close contact [press release]. Retrieved 14 February 2022 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/prime-minister-enters-self-isolation-after-being-deemed-close-contact [see PDF here][29 Jan 2022]1181st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J., 2022c) Ardern, J. (2022c, 31 December). Frontline workers to receive COVID-19 Response Award [press release]. Retrieved 11 January 2023 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/frontline-workers-receive-covid-19-response-award [see PDF here][31 Dec 2022]1441st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J. & Hipkins, C., 2021a)Ardern, J. & Hipkins, C. (2021a, 26 January). COVID-19 vaccine slated for possible approval next week [press release]. Retrieved 3 February 2021 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/covid-19-vaccine-slated-possible-approval-next-week [see PDF here][26 Jan 2021]701st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J. & Hipkins, C., 2021b)Ardern, J, & Hipkins, C. (2021b, 8 March). Govt purchases enough Pfizer vaccines for whole country [press release]. Retrieved 8 March 2021 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/govt-purchases-enough-pfizer-vaccines-whole-country [see PDF here][8 Mar 2021]75
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(Ardern, J. & Hipkins, C., 2021c)Ardern, J. & Hipkins, C. (2021c, 6 April). Trans-Tasman bubble to start 19 April [press release]. Retrieved 8 April 2021 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/trans-tasman-bubble-start-19-april [see PDF here][6 Apr 2021]791st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J. & Peters, W., 2020)Ardern, J. & Peters, W. (2020, 2 February). New Zealand to restrict travel from China to protect against coronavirus [press release]. Retrieved 16 January 2023 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/new-zealand-restrict-travel-china-protect-against-coronavirus [see PDF here][2 Feb 2020]351st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J. & Tinetti, J., 2022) Ardern, J. & Tinetti, J. (2022, 5 December). Royal Commission to draw lessons from pandemic response [press release]. Retrieved 11 January 2023 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/royal-commission-draw-lessons-pandemic-response [see PDF here][5 Dec 2022]1431st Edition (March 2023)
(Ardern, J. et al., 2020)Ardern, J., Woods, M., Hipkins, C. & Little, A. (2020, 17 December). Two new vaccines secured, enough for every New Zealander [press release]. Retrieved 18 January 2021 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/two-new-vaccines-secured-enough-every-new-zealander [see PDF here][17 Dec 2020]591st Edition (March 2023)
(AUT, 2021)Auckland University of Technology (AUT) (2021, 29 October). Vaccines: AUT student accommodation. Retrieved 14 December 2021 from https://news.aut.ac.nz/news/vaccines-aut-student-accommodation [see PDF here][3 Dec 2021]1041st Edition (March 2023)
(Basagre, B., 2021)Basagre, B. (2021, 2 May). Trans-Tasman bubble: Flights between Western Australia and NZ to resume. Stuff. Retrieved 3 May 2021 from https://www.stuff.co.nz/travel/news/300290438/transtasman-bubble-flights-between-western-australia-and-nz-to-resume [see PDF here][2 May 2021]831st Edition (March 2023)
(BBC, 2020)British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) (2020, 23 September). Covid-19 New Zealand: Mask rules eased as cases drop. Retrieved 6 October 2020 from https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-54260925 [see PDF here][31 Aug 2020]541st Edition (March 2023)
(BBC, 2021) British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) (2021, 25 January). Australia suspends New Zealand travel bubble amid new virus strain. Retrieved 26 January 2021 from https://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-55791857 [see PDF here][25 Jan 2021]691st Edition (March 2023)
(BBC, 2022)British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) (2022, 1 February). NZ to allow in pregnant reporter who sought Taliban help. Retrieved 8 March 2023 from https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-60211703 [see PDF here][23 Jun 2022]1351st Edition (March 2023)
(Becker, E. et al., 2021)Becker, E., Vipond, R. & Mansell, C. (2021, 26 March). Keeping up with COVID: identification of New Zealand’s earliest known cluster of COVID-19 cases. New Zealand Medical Journal, 134(1532), 57-59. Retrieved 30 March 2021 from https://journal.nzma.org.nz/journal-articles/keeping-up-with-covid-identification-of-new-zealands-earliest-known-cluster-of-covid-19-cases-open-access [see PDF here][23 Feb 2020]351st Edition (March 2023)
(Beehive, 2020a)Beehive (2020a). Wage subsidy scheme factsheet. Retrieved 6 October 2020 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/sites/default/files/2020-03/Wage%20subsidy%20scheme%20factsheet.pdf [see PDF here][17 Mar 2020]361st Edition (March 2023)
(Beehive, 2020b)
Beehive (2020b, 14 May). Budget 2020: Rebuilding together. Retrieved 9 September 2020 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/feature/budget-2020-rebuilding-together [see PDF here][14 May 2020]451st Edition (March 2023)
(Bell, J., 2021)Bell, J. (2021, 12 October). Destiny Church's Brian Tamaki pleads not guilty over anti-lockdown protest. RNZ. Retrieved 15 December 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/453376/destiny-church-s-brian-tamaki-pleads-not-guilty-over-anti-lockdown-protest [see PDF here][2 Oct 2021]961st Edition (March 2023)
(Bellis, C., 2022) Bellis, C. (2022, 29 January). Exclusive: Pregnant TV reporter Charlotte Bellis' full, open letter on MIQ - 'NZ said you're not welcome'. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 13 March 2023 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-omicron-charlotte-bellis-an-open-letter-on-miq/U4WQGYTJHUP36AGVOBN3F6PJSE/ [see PDF here][23 Jun 2022]
[Quotation: Charlotte Bellis]
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(Block, G., 2021a)Block, G. (2021a, 28 February). Covid-19: Another error emerges after ministry apologises for naming wrong MIT campus. Stuff. Retrieved 10 March 2021 from https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/300240983/covid19-another-error-emerges-after-ministry-apologises-for-naming-wrong-mit-campus [see PDF here][27 Feb 2021]741st Edition (March 2023)
(Block, G., 2021b) Block, G. (2021b, 9 April). Covid-19: Nearly 300,000 vaccines in storage, but under half of trained vaccinators active. Stuff. Retrieved 21 April 2021 from https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/300271920/covid19-nearly-300000-vaccines-in-storage-but-under-half-of-trained-vaccinators-active [see PDF here][6 Apr 2021]791st Edition (March 2023)
(Block, G., 2021c)Block, G. (2021c, 2 May). Covid-19: Nine Customs border workers fired after refusing jab. Stuff. Retrieved 3 May 2021 from https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/300290121/covid19-nine-customs-border-workers-fired-after-refusing-jab [see PDF here][30 Apr 2021]831st Edition (March 2023)
(Block, G., 2022)Block, G. (2022, 8 December). Baby blood donor vaccine battle: Judge rules in favour of Te Whatu Ora, child placed under court’s guardianship for surgery. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 11 January 2023 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/baby-blood-donor-vaccine-battle-judge-to-deliver-high-courts-ruling-this-evening/WG7T6AWM4BHU5PHZL37X2ZI374/ [see PDF here][8 Dec 2022]1431st Edition (March 2023)
(Blommerde, C., 2020)Blommerde, C. (2020, 16 June). Coronavirus: Two Hamilton teens flee funeral after isolation exemption. Stuff. Retrieved 7 October 2020 from https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/121850739/coronavirus-two-hamilton-teens-flee-funeral-after-isolation-exemption [see PDF here][16 Jun 2020]481st Edition (March 2023)
(Bloomfield, A., 2022)Bloomfield, A. (2022, 20 March). Director-General of Health notice. Ministry of Health. Retrieved 29 June 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-information-health-professionals/guidance-critical-health-services-during-omicron-outbreak [see PDF here]
[20 Mar 2022]1291st Edition (March 2023)
(Bond, J., 2021) Bond, J. (2021, 19 Feb). Covid-19: First jab of Pfizer vaccine to be administered to vaccinators today. RNZ. Retrieved 16 January 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/436707/covid-19-first-jab-of-pfizer-vaccine-to-be-administered-to-vaccinators-today [see PDF here][19 Feb 2021]721st Edition (March 2023)
(Borrowdale v Director-General of Health [2020])Borrowdale v Director-General of Health [2020] NZHC 2090. Retrieved 16 September 2020 from https://www.courtsofnz.govt.nz/assets/cases/Borrowdale-v-D-G-of-Health-V_1.pdf [see PDF here][19 Aug 2020]521st Edition (March 2023)
(Boyle, C., 2021)Boyle, C. (2021, 25 January). Covid 19 coronavirus: Community case is South African strain. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 26 January 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-community-case-is-south-african-strain/L5C5CASEDTLVSRHO5MDRDO6BWE [see PDF here][24 Jan 2021]691st Edition (March 2023)
(Broughton, C., 2021a) Broughton, C. (2021a, 12 June). Covid-19: 'Multiple complaints' over anti-vaccine doctors. Stuff. Retrieved 24 June 2021 from https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/125411083/covid19-multiple-complaints-over-antivaccine-doctors?rm=a [see PDF here][20 Jun 2021]851st Edition (March 2023)
(Broughton, C., 2021b) Broughton, C. (2021b, 20 June). Thirteen doctors under investigation after complaints about spread of COVID-19 misinformation. Stuff. Retrieved 24 June 2021 from https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/125497383/thirteen-doctors-under-investigation-after-complaints-about-spread-of-covid19-misinformation [see PDF here][20 Jun 2021]851st Edition (March 2023)
(Brown, V., 2020)Brown, V. (2020, 1 April). Covid 19 coronavirus: Ruby Princess mistake caused infection cases to explode. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 30 November 2020 from
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/covid-19-coronavirus-ruby-princess-mistake-caused-infection-cases-to-explode/PQTXEUSGZJLJGQ7F4VFXFKCVQU [see PDF here]
[27 Mar 2020]391st Edition (March 2023)
(Browne, C., 2022)Browne, C. (2022, 10 May). Court rules on legality of vaccine mandate order. Wilson Harle Barristers & Solicitors. Retrieved 29 June 2022 from https://www.wilsonharle.com/publications/court-rules-on-legality-of-vaccine-mandate-order [see PDF here][22 Feb 2022]1251st Edition (March 2023)
(Bucklow, A., 2021)Bucklow, A. (2021, 20 February). Covid 19 coronavirus: New Zealand travel bubble to return on February 21. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 10 March 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-new-zealand-travel-bubble-to-return-on-february-21/6KKILNEH55QAUMLBNQRIFCNPBE [see PDF here][14 Feb 2021]721st Edition (March 2023)
(Burrell, M., 2022)Burrell, M. (2022, 6 January). Covid 19: Expert modeller predicts Omicron outbreak could occur in '18 days not 180'. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 8 February 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-expert-modeller-predicts-omicron-outbreak-could-occur-in-18-days-not-180/J4QEAWTPQ76CPQXDD5ZCFYYFWU [see PDF here][6 Jan 2022]1161st Edition (March 2023)
(Cabinet Office, 2020) Cabinet Office (2020). CVD-20-MIN-0009: Ad Hoc Cabinet Committee on COVID-19 Response. Retrieved 9 March 2023 from https://covid19.govt.nz/assets/Proactive-Releases/proactive-release/COVID-19-Mass-Gatherings-and-Border-Measures-Minute-12-03-20.pdf [see PDF here][2 Mar 2020]351st Edition (March 2023)
(Campbell, G., 2022)Campbell, G. (2022, 2 March). Parliament protest damage bill climbs: $242,000 children's slide set ablaze among extensive destruction. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 25 March 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/parliament-protest-damage-bill-climbs-242000-childrens-slide-set-ablaze-among-extensive-destruction/GQA5TKA2IX2TGWRBM2R5W7PHGM [see PDF here][Image: NZ Herald on riots]
[2 Mar 2022]
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(Carroll, M. & Pullar-Strecker, T., 2021)Carroll, M. & Pullar-Strecker, T. (2021, 23 June). Covid-19: BusinessNZ backs decision not to go straight to level 3. Stuff. Retrieved 23 June 2021 from https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/industries/125534658/level-2-better-than-level-3-says-wellington-business-body [see PDF here][25 Jun 2021]871st Edition (March 2023)
(CDC, 2020)Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) (2020, 27 March). Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report (MMWR). Retrieved 30 November 2020 from https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/69/wr/mm6912e3.htm [see PDF here][27 Mar 2020]391st Edition (March 2023)
(Chambers, D., 2022) Chambers, D. (2022, 22 February). Lady Deborah Chambers, QC: Baby, where did our rights go? New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 29 June 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/lady-deborah-chambers-qc-baby-where-did-our-rights-go/A4PEA3BUNQ2TET4JPPIZLUXG5U [see PDF here][22 Feb 2022]1251st Edition (March 2023)
(Chen, L., 2021)Chen, L. (2021, 8 March). Why the vaccine did not protect Air NZ crew member. RNZ. Retrieved 16 March 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/437925/why-the-vaccine-did-not-protect-air-nz-crew-member [see PDF here][7 Mar 2021]751st Edition (March 2023)
(Cheng, D., 2021a)Cheng, D. (2021a, 23 March). Covid 19 coronavirus: Family member of MIQ worker returns ‘weak positive’ test result, 3 others test negative. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 23 March 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/covid-19-coronavirus-family-member-of-miq-worker-returns-weak-positive-test-result-3-others-test-negative/6JPDLV62O67IYUZYUJLJYDFA5Y [see PDF here][22 Mar 2021]781st Edition (March 2023)
(Cheng, D., 2021b)Cheng, D. (2021b, 6 May). Covid 19 coronavirus: Quarantine-free travel with New South Wales on hold. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 8 June 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-quarantine-free-travel-with-new-south-wales-on-hold/PFYBWSQN6BJJRILSRQU65M4KW4 [see PDF here][6 May 2021]841st Edition (March 2023)
(Cheng, D., 2021c) Cheng, D. (2021c, 5 June). Covid 19 coronavirus: Revealed - 3800 unvaccinated border workers, 1100 miss testing timeframe. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 21 June 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/covid-19-coronavirus-revealed-3800-unvaccinated-border-workers-1100-miss-testing-timeframe/EFEJDWCGZM2UCNMXENGGG3L75I [see PDF here][5 Jun 2021]851st Edition (March 2023)
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(MOH, 2020e)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020e, 7 April). Aotearoa/New Zealand's COVID-19 elimination strategy: an overview. Retrieved 1 November 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/pages/aotearoa-new_zealands_covid-19_elimination_strategy-_an_overview17may.pdf [see PDF here][7 Apr 2020]411st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020f) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020f). Section 70(1)(e), (ea) and (f) Health Act Order. Retrieved 3 November 2020 from https://covid19.govt.nz/assets/resources/legislation-and-key-documents/COVID-19-Section-70-order-9-April-2020.pdf [see PDF here][9 Apr 2020]421st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020g)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020g). COVID-19 Health and Disability System Response Plan. Retrieved 1 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/covid-19-health-and-disability-system-response-plan-19april2020.pdf [see PDF here][15 Apr 2020]431st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020h)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020g, 16 April). Initial COVID-19 Māori Response Action Plan released [press release]. Retrieved 10 September 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/publication/initial-covid-19-maori-response-action-plan [see PDF here][16 Apr 2020]431st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020i)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020i, 22 April). COVID-19 Point of Care Test Kits [press release]. Retrieved 24 October 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/covid-19-point-care-test-kits [see PDF here][22 Apr 2020]441st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020j)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020j). Kia Kaha, Kia Māia, Kia Ora Aotearoa: COVID-19 Psychosocial and Mental Wellbeing Recovery Plan. Retrieved 1 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/covid-19-psychosocial-mental-wellbeing-recovery-plan-15may2020.pdf [see PDF here][15 May 2020]451st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020k) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020k). Kia Kaha, Kia Māia, Kia Ora Aotearoa: COVID-19 Psychosocial and Mental Wellbeing Recovery Plan (Revised edition). Retrieved 1 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/kia-kaha-kia-maia-kia-ora-aotearoa-covid-19-psychosocial-mental-wellbeing-plan-21dec2020-v2.pdf [see PDF here][15 May 2020]451st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020l) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020l, 19 May). New Zealand’s COVID-19 Surveillance Plan. Retrieved 5 March 2021 from https://www.tewhatuora.govt.nz/for-the-health-sector/covid-19-information-for-health-professionals/covid-19-surveillance-strategy [see PDF here][19 May 2020]461st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020m) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020m, 21 May). COVID-19 Contact Tracing Data
Standard. Retrieved 5 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/hiso_10085-2020_covid-19_contact_tracing_data_standard_2_june_2020.pdf [see PDF here]
[21 May 2020]461st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020n)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020n, 30 April). Review of Aged Residential Care facilities underway [press release]. Retrieved 26 August 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/review-aged-residential-care-facilities-under-way [see PDF here][29 May 2020]471st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020o)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020o, 29 May). Independent Review of COVID-19 Clusters in Aged Residential Care Facilities. Retrieved 26 August 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/independent-review-covid-19-clusters-aged-residential-care-facilities-may20.pdf [see PDF here][29 May 2020]471st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020p)
Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020p, 8 June). No active cases of COVID-19 [press release]. Retrieved 8 September 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/no-active-cases-covid-19 [see PDF here][8 Jun 2020]481st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020q)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020q, 12 June). PPE Update [press release]. Retrieved 29 October 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/ppe-update [see PDF here][12 Jun 2020]481st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020r)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020r). Composition of the national reserve supply. Retrieved 16 September 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/emergency-management/national-reserve-supplies/composition-national-reserve-supply [see PDF here][26 Aug 2020]531st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020s)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020s, 4 September). Ministry of Health announces COVID-19 related death in Auckland [press release]. Retrieved 8 September 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/ministry-health-announces-covid-19-related-death-auckland [see PDF here][4 Sep 2020]541st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020t)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020t, 5 October). COVID-19: Epidemic notice and orders. Retrieved 24 October 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-response-planning/covid-19-epidemic-notice-and-orders [see PDF here][6 Sep 2020]541st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020u)Ministry of Health (MoH) (2020u, 23 September). 3 new cases of COVID-19 and 6 historical cases [press release]. Retrieved 6 October 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/3-new-cases-covid-19-and-6-historical-cases [see PDF here][23 Sep 2020]551st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020v)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020v). Immunisation Handbook 2020. Retrieved 1 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/publication/immunisation-handbook-2020 [see PDF here][25 Sep 2020]551st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020w)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020w, 7 October). COVID-19: Border controls. Retrieved 26 October 2020 from https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-response-planning/covid-19-border-controls [see PDF here][5 Oct 2020]551st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020x)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020x). COVID-19 in Health Care and Support Workers in Aotearoa New Zealand. Retrieved 1 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/publication/covid-19-health-care-and-support-workers-aotearoa-new-zealand [see PDF here][8 Oct 2020]561st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020y)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020y). COVID-19 disruptions to hospital and general practice activity. Retrieved 1 February 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/covid-19-disruptions-hospital-general-practice-activity-7dec2020.pdf [see PDF here][30 Nov 2020]571st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020z) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020z, December). COVID-19 Assessment and Testing Data Standard. Retrieved 1 February 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/hiso-10082-2020-covid-19-assessment-testing-data-standard-september-2021.pdf [see PDF here][16 Dec 2020]581st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020aa) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020aa). New Zealand Aotearoa Pandemic Response Policy for Aged Residential Care. Retrieved 1 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/nz_aotearoa_pandemic_response_policy_arc.pdf [see PDF here][17 Dec 2020]591st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2020bb) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2020bb, 30 June). Annual Report for the Year Ended 30 June 2020. Wellington: Ministry of Health. Retrieved 11 February 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/publication/annual-report-year-ended-30-june-2020 [see PDF here][21 Dec 2020]591st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021a)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021a, 29 Jan). COVID-19: Contact tracing locations of interest. Retrieved 3 February 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-health-advice-public/contact-tracing-covid-19/covid-19-contact-tracing-locations-interest [see PDF here][24 Jan 2021]691st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021b) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021b, 26 January). Aotearoa New Zealand’s COVID-19 Surveillance Strategy. Retrieved 1 February 2021 from https://www.tewhatuora.govt.nz/for-the-health-sector/covid-19-information-for-health-professionals/covid-19-surveillance-strategy [see PDF here][26 Jan 2021]701st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021c) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021c, 26 January). Aotearoa New Zealand’s COVID-19 Testing Plan. Retrieved 2 February 2021 from https://www.tewhatuora.govt.nz/for-the-health-sector/covid-19-information-for-health-professionals/covid-19-testing-plan-and-testing-guidance [see PDF here][26 Jan 2021]701st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021d)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021d, 27 January). 2 border-related COVID-19 cases confirmed [press release]. Retrieved 29 January 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/2-border-related-covid-19-cases-confirmed [see PDF here][27 Jan 2021]701st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021e)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021e, 28 January). 3 new cases of COVID-19 at the border and an update on border-related cases in Auckland [press release]. Retrieved 29 January 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/3-new-cases-covid-19-border-and-update-border-related-cases-auckland [see PDF here][27 Jan 2021]701st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021f)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021f, 3 February 2021). Robust assessment ahead of Medsafe approval of vaccine [press release]. Retrieved 3 February 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/robust-assessment-ahead-medsafe-approval-vaccine [see PDF here][3 Feb 2021]711st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021g)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021g, 14 February). 8 pm update on community cases [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/8-pm-update-community-cases [see PDF here][14 Feb 2021]711st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021h)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021h, 17 February). 3 new cases of COVID-19 [press release]. Retrieved 9 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/3-new-cases-covid-19-14 [see PDF here][17 Feb 2021]721st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021i) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021i, 18 February). 4 cases of COVID-19 [press release]. Retrieved 9 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/4-cases-covid-19 [see PDF here][17 Feb 2021]721st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021j)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021j, 19 February). 4 cases of COVID-19 [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/4-cases-covid-19-0 [see PDF here][17 Feb 2021]721st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021k)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021k, 22 February). 6 border cases and 1 linked community case already in managed isolation [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/6-border-cases-and-1-linked-community-case-already-managed-isolation [see PDF here][17 Feb 2021]721st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021l)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021l, 20 February). Border worker vaccinations – an important step in New Zealand’s pandemic response [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/border-worker-vaccinations-important-step-new-zealands-pandemic-response [see PDF here][20 Feb 2021]731st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021m)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021m, 22 February). Wellington MIQ workers next to get vaccinations [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/wellington-miq-workers-next-get-vaccinations [see PDF here][20 Feb 2021]731st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021n)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021n, 24 February). Canterbury kicks off COVID-19 vaccinations [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/canterbury-kicks-covid-19-vaccinations [see PDF here][20 Feb 2021]731st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021o)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021o, 23 February). 5 border cases and 1 new community case [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/5-border-cases-and-1-new-community-case [see PDF here][23 Feb 2021]731st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021p)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021p, 23 February). Two new positive community cases – household members of today’s case [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/two-new-positive-community-cases-household-members-todays-case [see PDF here][23 Feb 2021]731st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021q)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021q, 26 February). 2 border cases and 1 new community case already in quarantine [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/2-border-cases-and-1-new-community-case-already-quarantine [see PDF here][23 Feb 2021]731st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021r)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021r, 27 February). One new positive case of COVID-19 in the community [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/one-new-positive-case-covid-19-community [see PDF here][27 Feb 2021]741st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021s)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021s, 28 February). 1 further COVID-19 community case; already in quarantine and linked to Auckland cluster [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/1-further-covid-19-community-case-already-quarantine-and-linked-auckland-cluster [see PDF here][27 Feb 2021]741st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021t)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021t, 7 March). Confirmed case at the border [press release]. Retrieved 9 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/confirmed-case-border [see PDF here][7 Mar 2021]751st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021u)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021u, 19 February). Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). In Immunisation Handbook 2020. Wellington: Ministry of Health, pp. 140–158. Retrieved 24 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/publication/immunisation-handbook-2020 [see PDF here][19 Mar 2021]771st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021v)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021v, 22 March). Ministry reporting positive COVID-19 case at the border [press release]. Retrieved 23 March 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/ministry-reporting-postive-covid-19-case-border [see PDF here][22 Mar 2021]781st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021w)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021w, 8 April). Border-related case confirmed as current case [press release]. Retrieved 12 April 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/border-related-case-confirmed-current-case [see PDF here][22 Mar 2021]781st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021x)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021x, 11 April). New border-related positive COVID-19 case [press release]. Retrieved 12 April 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/new-border-related-positive-covid-19-case [see PDF here][22 Mar 2021]
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(MOH, 2021y) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021y) COVID-19 Māori Vaccine and Immunisation Plan. Retrieved 1 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/covid-19_maori_vaccine_and_immunisation_plan_-_supplementary_to_the_updated_covid-19_maori_health_response_plan.pdf [see PDF here][26 Mar 2021]791st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021z)Ministry of Health (2021z). COVID-19 Public Health Response (Required Testing) Amendment Order 2021. Retrieved 13 April. 2021 from https://www.legislation.govt.nz/regulation/public/2021/0065/latest/LMS481029.html [see PDF here][13 Apr 2021]811st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021aa)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021aa, 15 April). Border trial of app to detect COVID-19 early [press release]. Retrieved 15 April 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/border-trial-app-detect-covid-19-early [see PDF here][15 Apr 2021]811st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021bb)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021bb, 21 April). No new community cases; 1 new case of COVID-19 in managed isolation [press release]. Retrieved 21 April 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/no-new-community-cases-1-new-case-covid-19-managed-isolation [see PDF here][20 Apr 2021]821st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021cc)Ministry of Health (2021cc, 28 April 2021). COVID-19 Public Health Response (Vaccinations) Order 2021. Retrieved 3 May 2021 from https://www.legislation.govt.nz/regulation/public/2021/0094/latest/whole.html#whole [see PDF here][30 Apr 2021]831st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021dd)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021dd, 25 June). COVID-19 Contact tracing locations of interest. Retrieved 29 June 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-health-advice-public/contact-tracing-covid-19/covid-19-contact-tracing-locations-interest [see PDF here][25 Jun 2021]871st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021ee) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021ee, 13 August). Composition of the national reserve supply. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/our-work/emergency-management/national-reserve-supplies/composition-national-reserve-supply [see PDF here][13 Aug 2021]911st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021ff)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021ff, 17 August). COVID-19 update, 17 August . Retrieved 10 December 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/covid-19-update-17-august [see PDF here][17 Aug 2021]911st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021gg)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021gg, 30 August). Clinicians reminded to be aware of myocarditis and pericarditis symptoms [press release]. Retrieved 18 January 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/clinicians-reminded-be-aware-myocarditis-and-pericarditis-symptoms [see PDF here][30 Aug 2021]931st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021hh) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021hh, 16 September). COVID-19 update 16 September 2021 [press release]. Retrieved 17 January 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/covid-19-update-16-september-2021 [see PDF here][17 Sep 2021]941st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021ii)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021ii, 10 November). COVID-19 update 10 November 2021 . Retrieved 3 December 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/covid-19-update-10-november-2021 [see PDF here][10 Nov 2021]991st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021jj) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021jj, 11 November). COVID-19 Contact Tracing QR Code and NFC Tag Specification. Retrieved 1 February 2023 from https://www.tewhatuora.govt.nz/publications/hiso-100672021-covid-19-contact-tracing-qr-code-and-nfc-tag-specification/ [see PDF here][11 Nov 2021]991st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021kk)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021kk, 16 December). First Omicron case detected in New Zealand. Retrieved 22 December 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/first-omicron-case-detected-new-zealand [see PDF here][16 Dec 2021]1051st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021ll)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021ll, 21 December). New COVID-19 drug approved that can treat and prevent COVID-19 [media release]. Retrieved 10 March 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/new-covid-19-drug-approved-can-treat-and-prevent-covid-19 [see PDF here][21 Dec 2021]
106 1st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2021mm) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021mm). COVID-19 Māori Health Protection Plan. Retrieved 1 February 2021 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/13450_covid-19_action_plan_final_0.pdf [see PDF here][22 Dec 2021]

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(MOH, 2021nn)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2021nn, 29 December). First community exposures from border-related Omicron case. Retrieved 4 February 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/first-community-exposures-border-related-omicron-case [see PDF here][29 Dec 2021]1061st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022a)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022a, 13 January). Capital and Coast DHB 90% fully vaccinated for Māori; 28 community cases; 34 in hospital; 2 in ICU. Retrieved 10 February 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/capital-and-coast-dhb-90-fully-vaccinated-maori-28-community-cases-34-hospital-2-icu [see PDF here][13 Jan 2022]1161st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022b)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022b, 19 January). More than 13,000 doses administered to 5 to 11-year-olds; 24 community cases; 24 in hospital; 2 in ICU. Retrieved 8 February 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/more-13000-doses-administered-5-11-year-olds-24-community-cases-24-hospital-2-icu [see PDF here][17 Jan 2022]1161st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022c)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022c, 7 February). Almost 25,000 booster doses on Waitangi Day; 188 community cases; 14 in hospital; 1 in ICU. Retrieved 17 February 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/almost-25000-booster-doses-waitangi-day-188-community-cases-14-hospital-1-icu [see PDF here][7 Feb 2022]1201st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022d) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022d, 19 February). More than 2.1 million boosters given nationally; 1,901 community cases; 76 in hospital. Retrieved 29 March 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/more-21-million-boosters-given-nationally-1901-community-cases-76-hospital [see PDF here][20 Feb 2022]1241st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022e) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022e, 2 March 2022). Free rapid antigen tests now available for home testing. Retrieved 8 February 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/free-rapid-antigen-tests-now-available-home-testing [see PDF here][24 Feb 2022]1261st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022f)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022f, 25 February). Rapid antigen testing: Guidance for critical workers. Retrieved 5 July 2022 from https://www.tewhatuora.govt.nz/for-the-health-sector/covid-19-information-for-health-professionals/covid-19-information-for-all-health-professionals/guidance-for-critical-health-services-during-an-omicron-outbreak [see PDF here][25 Feb 2022]1261st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022g)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022g, 4 April). COVID-19 vaccines: Getting Novavax. Retrieved 29 June 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-vaccines/covid-19-vaccines-getting-novavax [see PDF here][1 Mar 2022]
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(MOH, 2022h) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022h, 31 May). Update on prescribing of antiviral medicines. Retrieved 30 June 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/update-prescribing-antiviral-medicines [see PDF here][1 Mar 2022]
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(MOH, 2022i)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022i, 8 March). 23,894 community cases; 757 in hospital; 16 in ICU. Retrieved 23 June 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/23894-community-cases-757-hospital-16-icu [see PDF here][8 Mar 2022]1281st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022j)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022j, 25 March). Guidance for Return to Work of Healthcare Workers. Retrieved 29 June 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-information-health-professionals/guidance-critical-health-services-during-omicron-outbreak [see PDF here][20 Mar 2022]1291st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022k) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022k, 23 May). COVID-19 vaccine: Boosters. Retrieved 25 May 2022 from https://web.archive.org/web/20220525063859/https:/www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-vaccines/covid-19-vaccine-boosters#up-to-date [see PDF here][23 May 2022]1321st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022l)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022l, 3 June). 6,232 community cases; 390 hospitalisations; 8 in ICU; 14 deaths. Retrieved 5 July 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/6232-community-cases-390-hospitalisations-8-icu-14-deaths [see PDF here][3 Jun 2022]1331st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022m) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022m, 14 June). Delta Response Rapid Review. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/publication/delta-response-rapid-review [see PDF here][14 Jun 2022]1331st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022n) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022n, 14 June 2022). Delta Response Rapid Review: Report for Ministry of Health. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/publications/220321-moh-delta-response-review-jr.pdf [see PDF here][14 Jun 2022]1331st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022o)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022o, 20 June). Ministry notifies previous COVID-19 cases of duplicate text. Retrieved 4 July 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/ministry-notifies-previous-covid-19-cases-duplicate-text [see PDF here][20 Jun 2022]1341st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022p)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022p, June). Summary of Aotearoa New Zealand’s Strategic Framework for COVID-19 Variants of Concern – Summary for Cabinet. Retrieved 4 July 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-response-planning/variants-concern-framework-summary [see PDF here][22 Jun 2022]1351st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022q)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022q, 14 July). COVID-19 vaccine: Boosters. Retrieved 4 July 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-vaccines/covid-19-vaccine-boosters [see PDF here][28 Jun 2022]

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(MOH, 2022r)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022r, 30 June). Getting reinfected with COVID-19. Retrieved 5 July 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-health-advice-public/advice-people-covid-19/getting-reinfected-covid-19 [see PDF here][30 Jun 2022]

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(MOH, 2022s)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022s, 5 July). 9,629 community cases; 493 hospitalisations; 11 in ICU; 24 deaths. Retrieved 5 July 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/9629-community-cases-493-hospitalisations-11-icu-24-deaths [see PDF here][1 Jul 2022]
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(MOH, 2022t) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022t, 19 July). 10,424 community cases; 788 hospitalisations; 20 in ICU; 21 deaths. Retrieved 19 December 2022 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/10424-community-cases-788-hospitalisations-20-icu-21-deaths [see PDF here][19 Jul 2022]1371st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022u) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022u, 25 July). 6,910 community cases; 836 hospitalisations; 27 in ICU; 16 deaths. Retrieved 8 March 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/6910-community-cases-836-hospitalisations-27-icu-16-deaths [see PDF here][25 Jul 2022]1381st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022v)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022v, 26 July). 9,256 community cases; 822 hospitalisations; 24 in ICU. Retrieved 8 March 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/9256-community-cases-822-hospitalisations-24-icu [see PDF here][25 Jul 2022]1381st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022w) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022w, 25 August). Long COVID to be tracked with help of new coding. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/long-covid-be-tracked-help-new-coding [see PDF here][25 Aug 2022]1381st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022x)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022x, 13 September). 1,941 community cases; 241 hospitalisations; 3 in ICU. Retrieved 12 January 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/1941-community-cases-241-hospitalisations-3-icu [see PDF here][13 Sep 2022]1401st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022y) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022y, 30 September). COVID-19 Mortality in Aotearoa New Zealand: Inequities in Risk. Retrieved 12 January 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/publication/covid-19-mortality-aotearoa-new-zealand-inequities-risk [see PDF here][30 Sep 2022]1401st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022z) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022z, 4 November; 9 December). COVID-19 Trends and Insights. Retrieved 19 January 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-data-and-statistics/covid-19-trends-and-insights [see PDF here][4 Nov 2022]1411st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022aa) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022aa, 16 November). More Māori and Pacific peoples eligible for second COVID-19 vaccine booster. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/more-maori-and-pacific-peoples-eligible-second-covid-19-vaccine-booster [see PDF here][16 Nov 2022]1421st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022bb)Ministry of Health (2022bb, 9 December). COVID-19 Trends and Insights. Retrieved 20 March 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/pages/trends_and_insights_report_-_09_december_2022.pdf [see PDF here][4 Dec 2022]1421st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2022cc) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2022cc, 16 December). COVID-19 vaccine to be available February 2023 for immunocompromised and high-risk under 5-year-olds. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/covid-19-vaccine-be-available-february-2023-immunocompromised-and-high-risk-under-5-year-olds [see PDF here][16 Dec 2022]1441st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2023a) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2023a, 8 February). COVID-19 vaccines available for younger children at higher risk of severe illness. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/covid-19-vaccine-available-younger-children-higher-risk-severe-illness [see PDF here][16 Dec 2022]1441st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2023b) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2023b, 13 March). COVID-19: Case demographics. Retrieved 13 March 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-data-and-statistics/covid-19-case-demographics [see PDF here][Image: Table adapted from COVID-19: Case demographics]1501st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2023c)Ministry of Health (MOH) (2023c, 26 January). Ngā Kawekawe o Mate Korona Impacts of COVID-19 report. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/news-media/news-items/nga-kawekawe-o-mate-korona-impacts-covid-19-report [see PDF here][26 Jan 2023]1571st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2023d) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2023d, 6 March). COVID-19 Risk Among Disabled People. Retrieved 13 March 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/publication/covid-19-risk-among-disabled-people [see PDF here][6 Mar 2023]1571st Edition (March 2023)
(MOH, 2023e) Ministry of Health (MOH) (2023e, 7 March). COVID-19: Vaccine data. Retrieved 13 March 2023 from
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(MOH, n.d.) Ministry of Health (MOH) (n.d.). Publications. Retrieved 13 March 2023 from https://www.health.govt.nz/publications [see PDF here][Appendix 1]

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Moir, J. (2020, 6 August). Government to trial CovidCard technology in Rotorua. RNZ. Retrieved 25 August 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/422886/government-to-trial-covidcard-technology-in-rotorua [see PDF here][6 Aug 2020]
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(MoJ, 2020)Ministry of Justice (MoJ) (2020, 28 September). Guidance for commercial leases and mortgages during COVID-19. Retrieved 23 October 2020 from https://www.justice.govt.nz/about/news-and-media/covid-19-news/guidance-for-commercial-property-settlements/ [see PDF here][16 May 2020]461st Edition (March 2023)
(MoJ, 2021)Ministry of Justice (MoJ) (2021, 2 December). Latest COVID-19 updates. Retrieved 10 December 2021 from https://www.justice.govt.nz/covid-19-information/news-holder/latest-updates/ [see PDF here][17 Aug 2021]911st Edition (March 2023)
(Morrison, T., 2021)Morrison, T. (2021, 23 June). Air NZ cancels 28 flights to Australia following cluster in NSW. Stuff. Retrieved 23 June 2021 from https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/125530723/covid19-nz-air-nz-cancels-28-flights-to-australia-following-cluster-in-nsw [see PDF here][22 Jun 2021]861st Edition (March 2023)
(Morton, J., 2022)Morton, J. (2022, 8 March). Covid 19: What does rise of BA.2 Omicron subtype mean? New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 30 June 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-what-does-rise-of-ba2-omicron-subtype-mean/J7B4JIF5ZF2F6ANKZSSJ5JOBC4/ [see PDF here][8 Mar 2022]1281st Edition (March 2023)
(Morton, J., 2023)Morton, J. (2023, 12 March). Govt changes tack on long-awaited Covid-19 prevalence survey. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 13 March 2023 from
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/govt-changes-tack-on-long-awaited-covid-19-prevalence-survey/SH4LFBRNGZEJJCNY6I2SAWMWSY/ [see PDF here]
[6 Mar 2023]1581st Edition (March 2023)
(Mowbray, N., 2021)Mowbray, N. (2021, 25 August). Covid 19 coronavirus: Nick Mowbray: Lack of priorities reveals worrying signs from the Government. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 8 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/covid-19-coronavirus-nick-mowbray-lack-of-priorities-reveals-worrying-signs-from-the-government/2IHL4ECIIOQVQSOXDW3O64XM7M/?c_id=3&objectid=12467585 [see PDF here][25 Aug 2021]931st Edition (March 2023)
(MPP, 2020) Ministry for Pacific Peoples (MPP) (2020). Pasifika Festivals and Events. Retrieved 21 October 2020 from https://www.mpp.govt.nz/language-culture-and-identity/pasifika-festivals-and-events/ [see PDF here][13 Mar 2020]361st Edition (March 2023)
(MU, 2021) Massey University (MU) (2021, 10 December). Massey COVID-19 information. Retrieved 14 December 2021 from https://www.massey.ac.nz/massey/about-massey/news/advice-on-coronavirus-outbreak/advice-on-coronavirus-outbreak_home.cfm [see PDF here][3 Dec 2021]1041st Edition (March 2023)
(Murphy, T., 2020)Murphy, T. (2020, 6 August). Coronavirus: Helen Clark wants full inquiry into NZ's Covid-19 response. Stuff. Retrieved 13 October 2020 from https://www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/coronavirus/300075184/coronavirus-helen-clark-wants-full-inquiry-into-nzs-covid19-response
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(Murray, A., 2020)Murray, A. (2020, 3 April). Morning Briefing April 3: Should we be wearing masks? 1 News. Retrieved 26 October 2020 from https://www.1news.co.nz/2020/04/02/morning-briefing-april-3-should-we-be-wearing-masks [see PDF here][29 Jan 2020]341st Edition (March 2023)
(1News, 2021)1News (13 October 2021). 'Elimination strategy' remains; outbreak to grow, says Hipkins. Retrieved 17 April 2024 from www.1news.co.nz/2021/10/13/elimination-strategy-remains-outbreak-to-grow-says-hipkins [see PDF here][10 Jun 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(1News, 2022)1News (12 August 2022) First cruise ship since pandemic began arrives in Auckland. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from
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(Aotearoa Clinical Trials, n.d.)Aotearoa Clinical Trials (n.d.). Covid and Flu Combination Vaccine Trial. Retrieved 15 February 2024 from www.mmct.nz/novavax [see PDF here][11 Jan 2023]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Ardern, J., 2020)Ardern, J. (2 November 2020). New Cabinet focused on COVID-19 recovery. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/new-cabinet-focused-covid-19-recovery [see PDF here][2 Nov 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Bannister, M., 2023)Bannister, M. (26 October 2023). Ruby Princess operator found negligent over Covid cruise. The Post. Retrieved 14 February 2024 from www.thepost.co.nz/world-news/350098024/ruby-princess-operator-found-negligent-over-covid-cruise [see PDF here][27 Mar 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Bathgate, B., 2024)Bathgate, B. (5 February 2024). Parole denied for power grid Covid saboteur. Waikato Times. Retrieved 15 February 2024 from www.waikatotimes.co.nz/nz-news/350167095/parole-denied-power-grid-covid-saboteur [see PDF here][1 Dec 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(BBC News, 2020)BBC News (8 July 2020). Coronavirus: WHO rethinking how Covid-19 spreads in air. Retrieved 28 March 2024 from www.bbc.com/news/world-53329946 [see PDF here][Jul 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Beehive, 2021) #1Beehive (Beehive) (20 May 2021). Government invests in the wellbeing of whānau Māori. Retrieved 19 March 2024 from
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[20 May 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Beehive, 2021) #2Beehive (3 June 2021). Quarantine Free Travel pause with Victoria to continue, planning underway for managed return flights. Retrieved 28 March 2024 from
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[8 Jun 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Beehive, 2021) #3Beehive (15 July 2021). Pause to Quarantine Free Travel from Victoria to New Zealand. Retrieved 4 March 2024 from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/pause-quarantine-free-travel-victoria-new-zealand [see PDF here][16 Jul 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Beehive, 2021) #4Beehive (22 August 2021) Record keeping to become mandatory for most events and businesses. Retrieved 28 March 2024 from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/record-keeping-become-mandatory-most-events-and-businesses [see PDF here][22 Aug 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Beehive, 2021) #5Beehive (12 July 2021) Govt makes COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for more border jobs. Retrieved 8 April 2024 from
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[30 Sep 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Beehive, 2021) #6Beehive (22 October 2021). New COVID-19 Protection Framework delivers greater freedoms for vaccinated New Zealanders. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from
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[18 Oct 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Beehive, 2021) #7Beehive (22 October 2021). New fund to accelerate Māori vaccinations [media release]. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/new-fund-accelerate-m%C4%81ori-vaccinations [see PDF here][22 Oct 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Beehive, 2021) #8Beehive (25 November 2021). COVID-19 Protection Framework supported by new testing and contact tracing strategy [media release]. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/covid-19-protection-framework-supported-new-testing-and-contact-tracing-strategy [see PDF here][25 Nov 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Beehive, 2021) #9Beehive (12 December 2021). More skilled migrants coming to help keep economy humming [media release]. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from
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[12 Dec 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Beehive, 2022) #1Beehive (18 February 2022). Pacific quarantine-free travel expands. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from
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(Beehive, 2022) #2Beehive (3 February 2022). Border to reopen in stages from 27 February. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/border-reopen-stages-27-february [see PDF here][27 Feb 2022; 13 Mar 2022; 12 Apr 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Block, G. & Kapitan, C., 2023)Block, G. & Kapitan, C. (7 September 2023). Covid-19 lockdown breach: Man who escaped Auckland for ski trip convicted and discharged. New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/crime/covid-19-lockdown-breach-man-who-escaped-auckland-for-ski-trip-convicted-and-discharged/HTQVKKWN3VF5TEKCTHK2BFZEGY [see PDF here][17 Sep 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Checkpoint, 2023)Checkpoint (12 May 2023). Immunisation experts concerned at low uptake of Omicron booster. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 22 February 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/checkpoint/audio/2018891222/immunisation-experts-concerned-at-low-uptake-of-omicron-booster [see PDF here][1 Mar 2023]
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(Cheng, D., 2023)Cheng, D. (27 November 2023). Fate of Covid-19 response inquiry falls to Act’s Brooke van Velden as commissioner resigns. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 29 April 2024 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/fate-of-covid-19-response-inquiry-falls-to-acts-brooke-van-velden-as-commissioner-resigns-terms-of-reference-to-be-widened/LZZ7GW3M4VAZXOZWMRTUW4VMAY [see PDF here][27 Nov 2023]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(CICRIAG, 2022)COVID-19 Independent Continuous Review, Improvement and Advice Group (CICRIAG) (20 May 2022) Lessons from the Omicron response to inform the future. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.dpmc.govt.nz/sites/default/files/2023-01/Lessons-from-the-Response-to-Omicron-to-Inform-the-Future-Letter-from-the-COVID-19-Independent-Continuous-Review-Improvement-and-Advice-Group.pdf [see PDF here][20 May 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Cook Islands Tourism Corporation, 2021)Cook Islands Tourism Corporation (4 November 2021) Cook Islands Borders to Reopen on 13 January 2022. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from cookislands.travel/news/cook-islands-borders-reopen-13-january-2022 [see PDF here][13 Jan 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Daalder, M., 2021)Daalder, M. (28 February 2021). Mapping the Valentine's Day cluster, case by case. Newsroom. Retrieved 14 February 2024 from newsroom.co.nz/2021/02/28/mapping-the-valentines-day-cluster-case-by-case [see PDF here][27 Feb 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DIA, 2020)Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) (August 2020). Regional Leadership And Governance Structures Covid-19 Resurgence. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from www.dia.govt.nz/diawebsite.nsf/Files/LG-Response-unit/$file/Resurgence-structures-for-regional-leadership.PDF [see PDF here][10 Aug 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DIA, 2021)Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) (19 November 2021). Covid-19 Local Government Response Unit Update – Friday 19 November 2021. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.dia.govt.nz/Covid-19-Local-Government-Response-Unit-Update---Friday-19-November-2021 [see PDF here]
[17 Nov 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Dowling, H., 2022)Dowling, H. (13 April 2022). New Zealand Borders Finally Open to Australians. Australian Aviation. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from australianaviation.com.au/2022/04/new-zealand-borders-finally-open-to-australians [see PDF here]
[12 Apr 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2020)Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (December 2020). COVID-19 National Resurgence Response (Plan), pp. 4, 7, 49. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from
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[10 Aug 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2021) #1Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (8 March 2021). Ministerial Advisory Group: COVID-19 Independent Continuous Review, Improvement and Advice Group [CAB-21-MIN-0055]. Retrieved 15 February 2024 from www.dpmc.govt.nz/publications/covid-19-independent-advisory-groups [see PDF here][9 Mar 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2021) #2Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (30 June 2021). Covid-19 Independent Continuous Review, Improvement and Advice Group: Rapid Review of Auckland February 2021 Outbreak and Future Work Programme, pp. 3, 8.
Retrieved 19 March 2024 from
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[26 Mar 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2021) #3Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (10 June 2021) Strategic COVID-19 Public Health Advisory Group - Future of the Elimination Strategy, pp. 2, 3. Retrieved 28 March 2024 from
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[10 Jun 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2021) #4Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (3 Aug 2021) August Community Panel Meeting Minutes, p. 2. Retrieved 28 March 2024 from
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[3 Aug 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2021) #5Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (1 November 2021). COVID-19 Vaccination requirements for non-New Zealand citizens entering New Zealand, pp. 2, 4, 20. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.dpmc.govt.nz/sites/default/files/2023-01/COVID-19-Vaccination-Requirements-for-Non-New-Zealand-Citizens-Entering-New-Zealand.pdf [see PDF here][1 Nov 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2022) #1Department of The Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (24 March 2022). Official Information Act request relating to travel costs and cost of UAC website. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from
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[18 Mar 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2022) #2Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (2 November 2022). Official Information Act request for various documents relating to the COVID-19 response, pp. 1, 19. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from www.dpmc.govt.nz/sites/default/files/2023-08/dpmc-roia-oia-2022-23-0193.pdf [see PDF here][17 Nov 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2022) #3Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (16 February 2022). Cover Page: Covid-19 Independent Continuous Review, Improvement and Advice Group: Advice Note to the Covid-19 Response Minister, p. 7. Retrieved 8 April 2024 from www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/pages/dpmc_roche_report_final.pdf [see PDF here]
[23 Sep 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2022) #4Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (2022) Reconnecting New Zealanders Further changes to international border settings (Proactive Release), pp. 3, 7-8. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.dpmc.govt.nz/sites/default/files/2023-01/Reconnecting-New-Zealanders-Further-Changes-to-International-Border-Settings.pdf [see PDF here][4 Mar 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2022) #5Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (August 2022). COVID-19 Briefings - August 2022 (Proactive Release). Retrieved 9 April 2024 from
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[9 Aug 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2023) #1Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (10 October 2023). Timeline of Significant COVID-19 Events and Key All-of-Government Response Activities. Retrieved 4 March 2024 from www.dpmc.govt.nz/publications/proactive-release-timeline-aotearoa-new-zealands-significant-events-and-key-all-government-activities [see PDF here]
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[Dec 2020; 29 Mar 2023]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(DPMC, 2024) #1Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (DPMC) (Updated 13 March 2024). Covid-19 Group, History and Role. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from www.dpmc.govt.nz/our-business-units/covid-19-group [see PDF here][2 Dec 2020; 1 Aug 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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[12 Aug 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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(Edmonds, 2023)Edmonds, B. (5 September 2023). Government extends report date for COVID inquiry. Retrieved 5 September from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/government-extends-report-date-covid-inquiry [see PDF here][5 Dec 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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(Gibson, K. et al., 2020)Gibson, K., Milne, A. & Millar, A. (26 June 2020). In Confidence – Review Of Managed Isolation And Quarantine, pp. 1, 9. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from
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[28 Jun 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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[9 Jul 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Hickman, B., 2023)Hickman, B. (15 August 2023). Judge reverses suspension of GP who shared misinformation about Covid-19 vaccine. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/495865/judge-reverses-suspension-of-gp-who-shared-misinformation-about-covid-19-vaccine [see PDF here] [20 Jun 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Hipkins, C., 2021)Hipkins, C. (7 July 2021). Second COVID-19 vaccine receives provisional approval [press release]. Retrieved 14 February 2024 from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/second-covid-19-vaccine-receives-provisional-approval [see PDF here][7 Jul 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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[11 May 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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[11 May 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Immune Advisory Centre, 2023) #1Immune Advisory Centre (September 2023). Nuvaxovid. Retrieved 14 February 2024 from www.immune.org.nz/vaccine/nuvaxovid [see PDF here][19 Nov 2020; 7 Jul 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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[24 Mar 2022; 20 Apr 2023]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Johansson, M. et al., 2021)Johansson, M., Quandelacy, T., Kada, S., Prasad, P.V., Steele, M., Brooks, J.T., Slayton, R.B., Biggerstaff, M. & Butler, J.C. (7 January 2021). SARS-CoV-2 Transmission From People Without COVID-19 Symptoms. JAMA Network Open, 4(1). Retrieved 28 March 2024 from jamanetwork.com/journals/jamanetworkopen/fullarticle/2774707 [see PDF here][7 Jan 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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(Katella, K., 2023)Katella, K. (Updated 1 September 2023). Omicron, Delta, Alpha, and More: What To Know About the Coronavirus Variants. Yale Medicine. Retrieved 20 March 2024 from www.yalemedicine.org/news/covid-19-variants-of-concern-omicron [see PDF here]
[31 Mar 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Kitteridge, R. et al., 2020)Kitteridge, R., Valins, O., Holland, S. & Carter, R. (October 2020). Second rapid review of the COVID-19 all-of-government response, p. 3. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from www.dpmc.govt.nz/publications/covid-19-reviews-and-lessons-learned [see PDF here][30 Oct 2020]
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(Koh, D., 2020)Koh, D. (2 May 2020). COVID-19 lockdowns throughout the world. Occupational Medicine. Retrieved 14 February 2024 from www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7197518 [see PDF here][14 Mar 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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[18 Mar 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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(MBIE, 2021) #1Ministry of Business, Innovation & Employment (MBIE) (11 July 2021). Briefing: End to end process for urgent managed return flights from NSW, p. 3. Retrieved 20 March 2024 from
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[9 Jul 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MBIE, 2021) #2Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) (13 December 2021). New border exception to support rapidly growing tech sector. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.mbie.govt.nz/about/news/new-border-exception-to-support-rapidly-growing-tech-sector [see PDF here][13 Dec 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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(MBIE, 2023)Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE) (30 June 2023). Isolation and quarantine functions to move to health system on 1 July 2023.
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[13 Jul 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(McClure, T., 2021)McClure, T. (18 October 2021). New Zealand Covid update: Auckland to remain in lockdown even as fully vaccinated hit 70%. Guardian. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from
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[18 Oct 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(McClure, T. & Corlett, E., 2022)McClure, T. & Corlett, E. (3 March 2022). ‘Lots of happy tears’: joy as New Zealand opens border after two years of isolation. Guardian. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.theguardian.com/world/2022/mar/03/lots-of-happy-tears-joy-as-new-zealand-opens-border-after-two-years-of-isolation [see PDF here][27 Feb 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Medsafe, 2023)Medsafe (12 September 2023). Post Vaccine Symptom Check: Concomitant Bivalent Comirnaty COVID-19 and influenza vaccine survey results 1 April through to 5 June. Retrieved 21 February 2024 from www.medsafe.govt.nz/COVID-19/active-monitoring-concomitant-flu.asp [see PDF here] [1 Mar 2023]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
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[5 Feb 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2021) #1Ministry of Health (MOH) (3 February 2021). February 2021 update on the COVID-19 Immunisation Strategy and Programme, p. 7. Retrieved 19 March 2024 from
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[20 Feb 2021; 10 Mar 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2021) #2Ministry of Health (MOH) (27 April 2021). Trans-Tasman Quarantine-Free Travel (QFT): Health advice on potential recommencement of QFT from Western Australia, pp. 1, 2, 5. Retrieved 20 March 2024 from
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[23 Apr 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2021) #3Ministry of Health (MOH) (17 June 2021) Briefing: Update on health advice on potential recommencement of Quarantine Free Travel flights from Victoria. Retrieved 28 March 2024 from
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[22 Jun 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2021) #4Ministry of Health (MOH) (9 July 2021). Health advice on the potential recommencement of quarantine-free travel from New South Wales and Queensland, p. 1. Retrieved 20 March 2024 from
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[4 Jul 2021; 12 Jul 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2021) #5Ministry of Health (MOH) (15 July 2021). Briefing: Health advice on a review of quarantine-free travel from Victoria and Queensland, pp. 1, 2, 4. Retrieved 4 March 2024 from
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[16 Jul 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2021) #6Ministry of Health (MOH) (20 July 2021). Briefing Health advice on a review of quarantine-free travel from South Australia, Queensland and with Australia generally, pp 1-3. Retrieved 28 March 2024 from
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[20 Jul 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2021) #7Ministry of Health (MOH) (13 October 2021) New possibilities on horizon as My Covid Record website launches. Retrieved 8 April 2024 from
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[13 Oct 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2021) #8Ministry of Health (MOH) (15 October 2021) Super Saturday and Vaxathon information (Proactive Release of information), p. 1. Retrieved 8 April 2024 from
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[16 Oct 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2021) #9Ministry of Health (MOH) (28 October 2021). Briefing: Advice on reducing managed isolation and quarantine requirements and expanding Pacific one-way quarantine-free travel, cover, p. 2. Retrieved 18 April 2024 from
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[8 Nov 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2021) #10Ministry of Health (MOH) (1 November 2021). Briefing Advice on reducing managed isolation and quarantine requirements and expanding Pacific one-way quarantine-free travel, cover, pp. 1–2. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.health.govt.nz/system/files/documents/pages/20212362_briefing.pdf [see PDF here][8 Nov 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2022) #1Ministry of Health (MOH) (19 August 2022). SARS-CoV-2 Variants of Concern Update. Retrieved 19 April 2024 from www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-response-planning/covid-19-science-news [see PDF here][24 Jan 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2022) #2Ministry of Health (MOH) (3 February 2022). McGuinness Institute Official Information Act request response, p. 2. Retrieved 19 March 2024 from
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[15 Feb 2021; 31 Mar 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2022) #3Ministry of Health (MOH) (14 February 2022). New requirements for arrivals from Tonga. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.health.govt.nz/news-media/media-releases/new-requirements-arrivals-tonga [see PDF here]
[27 Feb 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOH, 2023) #1Ministry of Health (MOH) (1 September 2023). COVID-19: variants. Retrieved 19 April 2024 from www.health.govt.nz/our-work/diseases-and-conditions/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/covid-19-response-planning/covid-19-variants [see PDF here]
[3 Jan 2021; 31 Mar 2021; 17 Aug 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOJ, n.d.)Ministry of Justice (MoJ) (n.d.). Tribunal releases priority report on COVID-19 response. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.waitangitribunal.govt.nz/news/tribunal-releases-priority-report-on-covid-19-response [see PDF here]
[20 Dec 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOT, 2022) #1Ministry of Transport (MoT) (2 May 2022) Guidance for airlines and carriers: Reconnecting New Zealanders and changes to the Air Border Order, pp. 7-8. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.transport.govt.nz/assets/Uploads/RNZ-Guidance-for-airlines-and-carriers-220502.pdf [see PDF here]
[18 Mar 2022; 8 Apr 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MOT, 2022) #2Ministry of Transport (MoT) (13 April 2022) Guidance for airlines and carriers Reconnecting New Zealanders and changes to the Air Border Order, p. 13. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.transport.govt.nz/assets/Uploads/RNZ-Guidance-for-airlines-and-carriers-220413.pdf [see PDF here][13 Apr 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(MSD, 2020)Ministry of Social Development (MSD) (12 May 2020). Official Information Request for Multiple Reports Released to the Ministers of Social Development around Covid-19 and Temporary Income Relief (Part 2), pp. 3, 18.
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[14 Apr 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Ardern, J. et al., 2020)Ardern, J., Peters, W. & Woods, M. (27 August 2020). Progress on COVID-19 vaccine strategy [press release]. Retrieved 30 April 2024 from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/progress-covid-19-vaccine-strategy [see PDF here][27 Aug 2020]

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(ASA, 2022)Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) (26 October 2022). Complaint 22/275 Voices for Freedom, Unaddressed Mail. Retrieved 13 July 2023 from cdn.asa.co.nz/backend/documents/2022/10/26/22275.pdf [see PDF here][26 Oct 2022]

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(Australian Centre for Disease Control, 2024)Australian Centre for Disease Control (1 January 2024). About the CDC. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from  
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[16 Nov 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(Avina, S., 2023)Avina, S. (16 November 2023). Breakthroughs and Challenges in Fungal Vaccine Development. American Society for Microbiology. Retrieved 14 May 2024 from asm.org/articles/2023/november/breakthroughs-and-challenges-in-fungal-vaccine-dev [see PDF here][Chapter 2]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(Baker, M. & Wilson, N., 2020)Baker, M. & Wilson, N. (19 March 2020). Why New Zealand needs to continue decisive action to contain coronavirus. The Conversation. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from theconversation.com/why-new-zealand-needs-to-continue-decisive-action-to-contain-coronavirus-133714 [see PDF here][19 Mar 2020]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 1
(Baker, M. et al., 2020) #1Baker, M. G., Kvalsvig, A., Verrall, A. J., Telfar-Barnard, L. & Wilson, N. (April 2020). New Zealand’s elimination strategy for the COVID-19 pandemic and what is required to make it work. New Zealand Medical Journal, 3;133(1512), 10–14. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from nzmj.org.nz/journal/vol-133-no-1512/new-zealands-elimination-strategy-for-the-covid-19-pandemic-and-what-is-required-to-make-it-work [see PDF here]  [3 Apr 2020]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 1
(Baker, M. et al., 2020) #2Baker, M. G., Kvalsvig, A. & Verrall, A. J. (September 2020). New Zealand’s COVID-19 elimination strategy. The Medical Journal of Australia, 1;213(5), 198–200. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from
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[3 Apr 2020]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 1
(Baker, M. et al., 2020) #3Baker, M., Kvalsvig, A. & Wilson, N. (12 August 2020). 100 days without COVID-19: how New Zealand got rid of a virus that keeps spreading across the world. The Conversation. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from
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[7 Aug 2020]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 1
(Baker, M. et al., 2020) #4Baker, M. G., Wilson, N. & Anglemyer, A. (7 August 2020). Successful Elimination of Covid-19 Transmission in New Zealand. New England Journal of Medicine, 383(8), e56(1)–e56(3). Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.nejm.org/doi/10.1056/NEJMc2025203 [see PDF here][20 Aug 2020]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 1
(Baker, M. et al., 2020) #5Baker, M., Kvalsvig, A. & Wilson, N. (26 August 2020). 6 months after New Zealand’s first COVID-19 case, it’s time for a more strategic approach. The Conversation. Retrieved 3 May 2024
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[26 Aug 2020]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 1
(Baker, M. et al., 2021) #1Baker, M., Kvalsvig, A. & Wilson, N. (25 February 2021). A year on from the arrival of COVID-19 in NZ: 5 lessons for 2021 and beyond. The Conversation. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from theconversation.com/a-year-on-from-the-arrival-of-covid-19-in-nz-5-lessons-for-2021-and-beyond-155367 [see PDF here]
[25 Feb 2021]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Baker, M. et al., 2021) #2Baker, M., Crengle, S., Tukuitonga, C., Helm, S., Kvalsvig, A. & Wilson, N. (3 October 2021). Five actions to support New Zealand’s Covid-19 response, with a focus on Auckland. Public Health Expert Briefing. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from
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[3 Oct 2021]
2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Baker, M. et al., 2022) #1Baker, M., Summers, J., Kvalsvig, A., Harwood, M. & Wilson, N. (17 January 2022). Preparing for Omicron: A proactive Government response is urgently needed to minimise harms. Public Health Expert Briefing. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.phcc.org.nz/briefing/preparing-omicron-proactive-government-response-urgently-needed-minimise-harms [see PDF here] 
[17 Jan 2022]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Baker, M. et al., 2023) #1Baker, M., Kvalsvig, A. & Harwood, M. (27 February 2023). It’s been 3 years since COVID entered New Zealand – here are 3 ways to improve our response. The Conversation. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from theconversation.com/its-been-3-years-since-covid-entered-new-zealand-here-are-3-ways-to-improve-our-response-196723 [see PDF here]
[27 Feb 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Baker, M. et al., 2023) #2Baker, M., Summers, J., Kerr, J. & Wilson N. (28 April 2023). Aotearoa New Zealand's fourth wave of Covid-19 and why we should care. Public Health Expert Briefing. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.phcc.org.nz/briefing/aotearoa-new-zealands-fourth-wave-covid-19-and-why-we-should-care?utm_source=mc_alert&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=covid_wave_4 [see PDF here]
[28 April 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Baker, M. et al., 2023) #3Baker, M. G., Kvalsvig, A., Plank, M. J., Geoghegan, J. L., Wall, T., Tukuitonga, C., Summers, J., Bennett, J., Kerr, J., Turner, N., Roberts, S., Ward, K., Betty, B., Huang, Q. S., French, N. & Wilson, N. (6 October 2023). Continued mitigation needed to minimise the high health burden from COVID-19 in Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand Medical Journal, 136(1583), 67–91. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.immune.org.nz/publications/continued-mitigation-needed-to-minimise-the-high-health-burden-from-covid-19-in-aotearoa-new-zealand [see PDF here]  [6 Oct 2023]

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(Baker, M. et al., 2023) #4Baker, M., Crump, J., Kvalsvig, A., Geoghegan, J., Tukuitonga, C., Brewerton, M., Kerr, J. & Wilson, N. (16 November 2023). Why we need an Aotearoa Centre for Disease Control (CDC). Public Health Expert Briefing. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from  www.phcc.org.nz/briefing/why-we-need-aotearoa-centre-disease-control-cdc [see PDF here] 
[16 Nov  2023]

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(Baker, M. et al., 2023) #5Baker, M., Bennett, J., Kerr, J. & Kvalsvig, A. (18 December 2023). Covid-19 is finishing the year on a high: We need a vigorous coordinated response. Public Health Expert Briefing. Retrieved 6 May 2024 from
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[18 Dec 2023]

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(Baker, M. et al., 2024) Baker, M., Kvalsvig, A. & Harwood, M. (27 February 2024). A pandemic that won’t go away – as COVID enters its 5th year, NZ needs a realistic strategy. The Conversation. Retrieved 6 May 2024 from theconversation.com/a-pandemic-that-wont-go-away-as-covid-enters-its-5th-year-nz-needs-a-realistic-strategy-224047 [see PDF here]

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(Baker, M. G. et al., 2020)Baker, M. G., Wilson, N. & Blakely, T. (22 December 2020). Elimination could be the optimal response strategy for covid-19 and other emerging pandemic diseases. BMJ, 371(4907). Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.bmj.com/content/371/bmj.m4907 [see PDF here][22 Dec 2020]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Baker, M. G. et al., 2021)Baker, M. G., Kvalsvig, A., Crengle, S., Harwood, M., Tukuitonga, C., Betty, B., Bonning, J. & Wilson, N. (26 November 2021). The next phase in Aotearoa New Zealand’s COVID-19 response: a tight suppression strategy may be the best option. New Zealand Medical Journal, 134(1546), 8–16. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from nzmj.org.nz/media/pages/journal/vol-134-no-1546/1c22d52343-1696470429/vol-134-no-1546.pdf [see PDF here][26 Nov 2021]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Baker, M. G. et al., 2023)Baker, M. G., Durrheim, D., Hsu, L. Y. & Wilson, N. (13 January 2023). COVID-19 and other pandemics require a coherent response strategy. The Lancet401(10373), 265¬–266. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from
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(Bell, J. A. & Nuzzo, J. B., 2021)Bell, J. A. & Nuzzo, J. B. (December 2021). Global Health Security Index:
Advancing Collective Action and Accountability Amid Global Crisis
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(Billingsley, A., 2023)Billingsley, A. (Updated 21 February 2023). The Novel Coronavirus: What Are Novel Viruses, and How Do They Impact Public Health? GoodRx Health. Retrieved 14 May 2024 from www.goodrx.com/conditions/covid-19/what-does-novel-coronavirus-mean-science-medical-definition [see PDF here][Chapter 2]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(Binny, R. N. et al., 2021)Binny, R. N., Baker, M. G., Hendy, S. C., James, A., Lustig, A., Plank, M. J., Ridings, K. M. & Steyn N. (17 November 2021). Early intervention is the key to success in COVID-19 control. Royal Society Open Science, 8(11). Retrieved 3 May 2024 from royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/10.1098/rsos.210488 [see PDF here] 
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(Blades, J., 2023)Blades, J. (6 August 2023). Committee’s scrutiny of Covid regulations fleshed out. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 2 May 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/the-house/audio/2018901308/committee-s-scrutiny-of-covid-regulations-fleshed-out [see PDF here][6 Aug 2023]

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(Boshier, P., 2023)Boshier, P. (28 June 2023). Chief Ombudsman’s opinion on OIA complaints about the refusal of Covid-19 vaccine contracts. Ombudsman. Retrieved 8 February 2024 from www.ombudsman.parliament.nz/resources/chief-ombudsmans-opinion-oia-complaints-about-refusal-covid-19-vaccine-contracts [see PDF here]  [28 Jun 2023]
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(Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2022)Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (31 August 2022). About CDC.  Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.cdc.gov/about [see PDF here]  [16 Nov  2023]

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(Clark, D., 2020)Clark, D. (17 March 2020). Backing our health services to combat COVID-19 [press release]. Retrieved 27 February 2024 from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/backing-our-health-services-combat-covid-19 [see PDF here][22 Mar 2020]

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(Clent, D., 2023)Clent, D. (15 August 2023). Covid-19 restrictions dropped: What you need to know. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/495844/covid-19-restrictions-dropped-what-you-need-to-know [see PDF here]  [15 Aug  2023]

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(Coughlan, T., 2023)Coughlan, T. (9 December 2023). Government considering trimming funding for Covid vaccine, anti-virals amid budget squeeze. New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 8 February 2024 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/government-considering-trimming-funding-for-covid-vaccine-anti-virals-amid-budget-squeeze/T5NZMI7ARZHFJHK3FC6TBMQ52Q [see PDF here][20 Dec  2023]
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(Davison, I., 2023)Davison, I. (6 November 2023). Siouxsie Wiles v University of Auckland: ‘Victim blaming’ HR staff told scientist to stop making public comments on Covid-19. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 16 November 2023 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/siouxsie-wiles-v-university-of-auckland-threats-against-high-profile-scientist-played-to-court/PWNWS4UL5RHSTNDXXKTOVQI4PI [see PDF here][6 Nov 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 4
(Davison, I., 2023)Davison, I. (15 November 2023). Siouxsie Wiles case: University of Auckland opens its defence, says it did not try to silence scientist. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 16 November 2023 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/siouxsie-wiles-case-university-of-auckland-opens-its-defence-says-it-did-not-try-to-silence-scientist/FWEFVT2O55DLDESDKN2KJ4CXDM [see PDF here][6 Nov 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 4
(Economist, 2020)Economist (29 February 2020). Covid-19 is now in 50 countries, and things will get worse. Retrieved 1 May 2024 from www.economist.com/briefing/2020/02/29/covid-19-is-now-in-50-countries-and-things-will-get-worse [see PDF here][29 Feb 2020]

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(ECDC, n.d.)European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) (n.d.). European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). Retrieved 30 January 2024 from european-union.europa.eu/institutions-law-budget/institutions-and-bodies/search-all-eu-institutions-and-bodies/european-centre-disease-prevention-and-control-ecdc_en [see PDF here]  [16 Nov 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
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(Franks, R., 2023)Franks, R. (14 December 2023). Stocks of Paxlovid antiviral for Covid-19 run dry amid New Zealand’s fifth virus wave. New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 5 February 2024 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/stocks-of-paxlovid-antiviral-for-covid-19-run-dry-amid-new-zealands-virus-fifth-wave/75V3J6LNHNC3DIXYDAOPIQZW3Y [see PDF here][15 Dec 2023]
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(GBD 2021 Demographics Collaborators, 2024)GBD 2021 Demographics Collaborators (11 March 2024). Global age-sex-specific mortality, life expectancy, and population estimates in 204 countries and territories and 811 subnational locations, 1950–2021, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic: a comprehensive demographic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2021. The Lancet. Retrieved 6 May 2024 from
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(Goldsmith, P., 2020)Goldsmith, P. (12 April 2020). Coronavirus: Agility and speed required as we rebuild economy. Stuff. Retrieved 1 May 2024 from www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/opinion/120975096/coronavirus-agility-and-speed-required-as-we-rebuild-economy [see PDF here][12 Apr 2020]
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(Gower, P., 2020)Gower, P. (31 August 2020). Patrick Gower: On Lockdown [documentary]. Three. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.threenow.co.nz/shows/patrick-gower%253A-on-lockdown/patrick-gower%253A-on-lockdown/S2275-488/M44216-045 [see PDF here][31 Aug 2020]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Griffiths, E., 2023) #1Griffiths, E. (16 Nov 2023). Parliament protests: Senior police officer faces civil action in relation to two arrests. New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 16 November 2023 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/parliament-protests-high-ranking-police-officer-faces-civil-action-in-relation-to-two-arrests/SXHMXHK2ARALFGPLZYBSNNMRJY [see PDF here]  [16 Nov  2023]

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(Griffiths, E., 2023) #2Griffiths, E. (4 December 2023). Te Whatu Ora employee charged with Covid-19 vaccination data breach granted bail. New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 5 February 2024 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/former-te-whatu-ora-employee-appears-in-court-charged-with-covid-19-vaccination-data-breach/ADKOB4AKFNEIFKLBO5DEVVY47M [see PDF here][1 Dec 2023 ]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2C
(Grout, L. et al., 2021)Grout, L., Wilson, N., Bennett, J., Summers, J., Kvalsvig, A. & Baker, M. (30 August 2021). Throwing Open the Windows: The Need for Ventilation Improvements as Part of Covid-19 Outbreak Control in Aotearoa. Public Health Expert Briefing. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from
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(Grout, L. et al., 2021)Grout, L., Katar, A., Ait Ouakrim, D., Summers, J. A., Kvalsvig, A., Baker, M. G., Blakely, T. & Wilson N. (4 October 2021). Failures of quarantine systems for preventing COVID‐19 outbreaks in Australia and New Zealand. Medical Journal of Australia, 215(7), 320–324. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from
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(Health NZ, 2023) #2Health New Zealand Te Whatu Ora (Health NZ) (3 December 2023). Investigation ongoing into release of data and spread of misinformation [press release]. Retrieved 5 February 2024 from
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(Health NZ, 2024) #1Health New Zealand Te Whatu Ora (Health NZ) (30 January 2024). COVID-19: Personal Protective Equipment Central Supply. Retrieved 8 February 2024 from www.tewhatuora.govt.nz/for-the-health-sector/covid-19-information-for-health-professionals/covid-19-information-for-all-health-professionals/covid-19-personal-protective-equipment-central-supply [see PDF here][1 Oct 2023]

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(Health NZ, 2024) #2Health New Zealand Te Whatu Ora (Health NZ) (30 April 2024). COVID-19 Testing advice. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.tewhatuora.govt.nz/for-health-professionals/covid-19/testing-plan-and-testing-guidance [see PDF here][4 Mar 2024]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 4
(Hill, R., 2023) #1Hill, R. (8 September 2023). Hospitals still 'very busy' with winter bugs - ESR virologist. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/497556/hospitals-still-very-busy-with-winter-bugs-esr-virologist [see PDF here]  [8 Sep  2023 ]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(Hill, R., 2023) #2Hill, R. (26 November 2023). Coalition government inquiry into pandemic response could undermine Royal Commission – expert. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/503270/coalition-government-inquiry-into-pandemic-response-could-undermine-royal-commission-expert [see PDF here][24 Nov  2023 ]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2C
(Howie, C., 2022)Howie, C. (7 August 2022). Kiwi nurse shortage: Australia has more nurses than New Zealand, health figures show. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 1 May 2024 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/kiwi-nurse-shortage-australia-has-more-nurses-than-new-zealand-health-figures-show/H4LBUK5DAUOM4XTIHP2PH4AC4U [see PDF here][7 Aug 2022]

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(HQSC, 2021)Health Quality & Safety Commission (HQSC) (20 December 2021). A window on quality 2021: COVID-19 and impacts on our broader health system: Part 1: March 2020 to August 2021, pp. 14–15. Retrieved 16 April 2024 from www.hqsc.govt.nz/resources/resource-library/a-window-on-quality-2021-covid-19- and-impacts-on-our-broader-health-system-part-1-he-tirohanga-kounga-2021-me-nga-panga-ki-te-punahahauora-whanui-wahanga-1 [see PDF here][Dec 2021]

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(HQSC, 2023)Health Quality & Safety Commission (HQSC) (1 June 2023). A window on quality 2022: COVID-19 and impacts on our broader health system: Part 2, pp. 12–15, 17–18. Retrieved 16 April 2024 from www.hqsc.govt.nz/resources/resource-library/a-window-on-quality-2022-part-2-whakarapopototanga-matua-hetirohanga-kounga-2021-wahanga-2 [see PDF here]

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(Huang, Q. S. et al., 2021)Huang, Q. S., Wood, T., Jelley, L., Jennings, T., Jefferies, S., Daniells, K., Nesdale, A., Dowell, T., Turner, N., Campbell-Stokes, P., Balm, M.. Dobinson HC, Grant, C. C., James, S., Aminisani, N., Ralston, J., Gunn, W., Bocacao, J., Danielewicz, J., … Webby, R. J. (12 February 2021). Impact of the COVID-19 nonpharmaceutical interventions on influenza and other respiratory viral infections in New Zealand. Nature Communications, 12(1001). Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.nature.com/articles/s41467-021-21157-9 [see PDF here]
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(Huston, J., 2023)Huston, J, (31 August 2023). New Zealand's only publicly funded Long Covid clinic in Christchurch to close. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from 
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(Huston, J., 2024)Huston, J. (12 March 2024). Wage subsidy scheme judicial review heard in High Court. Newsroom. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/511518/wage-subsidy-scheme-judicial-review-heard-in-high-court [see PDF here][11 Mar 2024]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 4
(Jobs for Nature, 2022)Jobs for Nature – Mahi mō te Taiao (4 November 2022). About Jobs for Nature. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from  
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(Kenny, K., 2024)Kenny, K. (15 April 2024). NZ bucked life expectancy trend during Covid-19 paper shows: What you need to know. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 6 May 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/what-you-need-to-know/514266/nz-bucked-life-expectancy-trend-during-covid-19-paper-shows-what-you-need-to-know [see PDF here][15 Apr 2024]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2C
(Kvalsvig, A. & Baker, M. G., 2021)Kvalsvig, A. & Baker, M. G. (9 March 2021). How Aotearoa New Zealand rapidly revised its Covid-19 response strategy: lessons for the next pandemic plan. Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 51(S1), S143–S166. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/03036758.2021.1891943 [see PDF here][31 May 2021]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Kvalsvig, A. et al., 2020) #1Kvalsvig, A., Wilson, N., Chan, L., Febery, S., Roberts, S., Betty, B. & Baker, M. G. (26 June 2020). Mass masking: an alternative to a second lockdown in Aotearoa. The New Zealand Medical Journal, 133(1517), 8–13. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from nzmj.org.nz/journal/vol-133-no-1517/mass-masking-an-alternative-to-a-second-lockdown-in-aotearoa [see PDF here][26 Jun 2020]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 1
(Kvalsvig, A. et al., 2022)Kvalsvig, A., Barnard, L. T., Summers, J. & Baker, M. G. (23 February 2022). Integrated prevention and control of seasonal respiratory infections in Aotearoa New Zealand: Next steps for transformative change. Policy Quarterly, 18(1), 44–51. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from ojs.victoria.ac.nz/pq/article/view/7500 [see PDF here][23 Feb 2022]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Kvalsvig, A. et al., 2022)Kvalsvig, A., Baker, M., Summers, J., Barnard, L. T., Dickson, A., Bennett, J., Timu-Parata, C. & Wilson, N. (20 May 2022). The urgent need for a Covid-19 Action Plan for Schools in Aotearoa New Zealand. Public Health Expert Briefing. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.phcc.org.nz/briefing/urgent-need-covid-19-action-plan-schools-aotearoa-new-zealand [see PDF here] 
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(Kvalsvig, A. et al., 2024)Kvalsvig, A., Brooks, A. E. S., Potter, J. D., Jeffreys, M., Bennett, J., Davies-Payne, D., Kennedy, J., Sika-Paotonu, D., Timu-Parata, C., Crossan, J., Hume, C., Russell, L., Lorgelly, P. & Baker, M. (26 March 2024). Long Covid in Aotearoa New Zealand: We need immediate risk assessment and preventive action. Public Health Expert Briefing. Retrieved 6 May 2024 from
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(Macdonald, N., 2021)Macdonald, N. (10 March 2021). Whatever happened to the Kiwi Covid vaccine? The Post. Retrieved 1 May 2024 from www.thepost.co.nz/nz-news/350201207/whatever-happened-kiwi-covid-vaccine [see PDF here][3 Mar 2023]
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(Malaghan Institute, 2023)Malaghan Institute of Medical Research (Malaghan Institute) (3 March 2023). Kiwi-made Covid-19 booster vaccine offers 100% protection in preclinical study. Retrieved 1 May 2024 from www.malaghan.org.nz/news-and-reports/news/kiwi-made-covid-19-booster-vaccine-offers-100-protection-in-preclinical-study [see PDF here][3 Mar 2023]
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(Malaghan Institute, n.d.) #2Malaghan Institute of Medical Research (Malaghan Institute) (10 June 2021). New study into Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to provide unique NZ data. Retrieved 1 May 2024 from www.malaghan.org.nz/news-and-reports/news/new-study-into-pfizer-biontech-covid-19-vaccine-to-provide-unique-nz-data [see PDF here][10 Jun 2021]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 4
(McGuinness Institute, 2020) #1McGuinness Institute (2 March 2020). Virus Outbreak: ICU beds and more – OIA request. Retrieved 1 May 2024 from www.mcguinnessinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/20200302-MI-OIA-to-MoH-Virus-outbreak-ICU-beds-and-more.pdf [see PDF here][2 Mar 2020]

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(McGuinness Institute, 2020) #2McGuinness Institute (11 March 2020). Distancing Strategy: Flattening the COVID-19 curve. Retrieved 1 May 2024 from www.mcguinnessinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/20200416-Distencing-Strategy-flattening-the-covid-19-curve.pdf [see PDF here][11 Mar 2020]

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(McClure, T., 2021)McClure, T. (15 October 2021). New Zealand’s weird and wonderful vaccine rollout. Guardian. Retrieved 2 May 2024 from www.theguardian.com/world/2021/oct/16/new-zealands-weird-and-wonderful-vaccine-rollout [see PDF here][12 Oct 2021]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 4
(Mendick, R. & Sawer, P., 2024)Mendick, R. & Sawer, P. (8 May 2024). AstraZeneca withdraws Covid vaccine, months after admitting rare side effect. Daily Telegraph UK. Retrieved 2 May 2024 from www.nzherald.co.nz/world/astrazeneca-withdraws-covid-vaccine-months-after-admitting-rare-side-effect/FUIYV23QG5GONPVXKCRNKCGWNM [see PDF here]
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(Morton, J., 2020)Morton, J. (14 May 2020). Budget 2020: Nature jobs for out-of-work Kiwis in $1b environment spend? New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 30 January 2024 from  
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[14 May 2020]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 1
(Morton, J., 2023)Morton, J. (6 November 2023). Millions of Covid-19 vaccine doses wasted as officials mull over rollout for 2024. New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 16 November 2023 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/millions-of-covid-19-vaccine-doses-wasted-as-officials-mull-roll-out-for-2024/L6QMQHKN6FB5NHSBCCWU4SHBHE [see PDF here]  [6 Nov  2023]

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(Morton, J., 2024)Morton, J. (15 January 2024). Fifth wave of Covid-19 hits new high in NZ as Govt looks at ending free RATs. New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 5 February 2024 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/fifth-wave-of-covid-19-hits-new-high-in-nz-as-govt-looks-at-ending-free-rats/XKFST2TBBFHW5BIEZXYAQ6YA6Q [see PDF here][15 Jan  2024]

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(MSD, 2023) #1Ministry of Social Development (MSD) (10 May 2023). Jail sentence for ‘calculated’ wage subsidy abuse. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.msd.govt.nz/about-msd-and-our-work/work-programmes/wage-subsidy-integrity/2023/jail-sentence-for-calculated-wage-subsidy-abuse.html [see PDF here]  [10 May 2023]

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(MSD, 2023) #2Ministry of Social Development (MSD) (3 July 2023). MSD rejects Integrity Institute claims. Retrieved 31 January 2024 from www.msd.govt.nz/about-msd-and-our-work/newsroom/media-releases/2023/integrity-institutes-wage-subsidy-advertising-campaign.html [see PDF here]  [13 Jun  2023]

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(MSD, n.d.) #2Ministry of Social Development (MSD) (n.d.). Wage Subsidy Integrity and Fraud Programme. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.msd.govt.nz/about-msd-and-our-work/work-programmes/wage-subsidy-integrity/index.html [see PDF here]  [12 Apr 2024]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
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(New Zealand Government, n.d.[b])New Zealand Government (n.d.[b]). COVID-19 Protection Framework (traffic lights). Retrieved 8 March 2023 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/sites/default/files/2021-11/291121_UAC_CPFSummary_A3 [see PDF here][Appendix 3]1681st Edition (March 2023)
(New Zealand Immigration, 2022)New Zealand Immigration (2022, 11 May). New Zealand border fully reopening by July 2022. Retrieved 17 January 2023 from https://www.immigration.govt.nz/about-us/media-centre/news-notifications/nz-border-fully-reopening-july-2022 [see PDF here][11 May 2022]1321st Edition (March 2023)
(New Zealand Immigration, n.d.)New Zealand Immigration (n.d.). 2021 Resident Visa eligibility. Retrieved 28 March 2023 from https://www.immigration.govt.nz/new-zealand-visas/already-have-a-visa/one-off-residence-visa/2021-resident-visa-eligibility [see PDF here][31 July 2022]1381st Edition (March 2023)
(New Zealand Parliament, 2020)New Zealand Parliament (2020). What was the Epidemic Response Committee? Retrieved 14 October 2020 from https://www.parliament.nz/en/visit-and-learn/history-and-buildings/special-topics/epidemic-response-committee-covid-19-2020/what-was-the-epidemic-response-committee [see PDF here]
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(New Zealand Parliament, 2021)New Zealand Parliament (2021, 18 August). The delay of the 2020 General Election. Retrieved 9 March 2023 from
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[17 Aug 2020]521st Edition (March 2023)
(New Zealand Police, 2020)New Zealand Police [@nzpolice] (2020, 29 March). New online form for public to report Level 4 restriction breaches to police. Retrieved 13 March 2023 from
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[29 Mar 2020]401st Edition (March 2023)
(New Zealand Police, 2022a)New Zealand Police [@nzpolice] (2022a, 3 March). Over 500 Police staff were involved in yesterday’s operation, 40 of whom were injured. Eight of those officers required hospital treatment and all have now been discharged [tweet]. Twitter. Retrieved 25 March 2022 from https://twitter.com/nzpolice/status/1499252018393001985?cxt=HHwWgsDRkY7xtM4pAAAA [see PDF here][2 Mar 2022]1271st Edition (March 2023)
(New Zealand Police, 2022b)New Zealand Police [@nzpolice] (2022b, 3 March). Police have now arrested 100 people, including 11 today, on charges such as arson, grievous bodily harm, inciting violence, theft, assault, trespass and obstruction [tweet]. Twitter. Retrieved 25 March 2022 from https://twitter.com/nzpolice/status/1499252010428035073 [see PDF here][2 Mar 2022]1271st Edition (March 2023)
(Nightingale, M., 2022)Nightingale, M. (2022, 25 August). Church restrictions in red setting were justified, High Court rules. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 21 March 2023 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/church-restrictions-in-red-setting-were-justified-high-court-rules/3FVWR26JC5ID2FWASVNQZAONMA/ [see PDF here][Quotation: Rev. Logan Hagoort]1111st Edition (March 2023)
(NZDF, 2020)New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) (2020). For the record: NZDF's support to All of Government response to COVID-19. Retrieved 7 October 2020 from https://www.nzdf.mil.nz/nzdf/news/for-the-record-nzdfs-support-to-all-of-government-response-to-covid-19 [see PDF here][1 Apr 2020]401st Edition (March 2023)
(NZDF, n.d.)New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) (n.d.). COVID-19 response. Retrieved 13 January 2023 from https://www.nzdf.mil.nz/nzdf/significant-projects-and-issues/covid-19-response/ [see PDF here][1 Apr 2020]
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(NZHC, 2022a)High Court of New Zealand (NZHC) (2022a, 2 February). MKD & Ors v Minister of Health [2022] NZHC 67 [media release]. Retrieved 18 January 2023 from https://www.courtsofnz.govt.nz/assets/Uploads/Judgments-online/MR-NZHC-2022-NZHC-67.pdf [see PDF here][1 Feb 2022]1181st Edition (March 2023)
(NZHC, 2022b)High Court of New Zealand (NZHC) (2022b, 27 April). Grounded Kiwis Group Incorporated v Minister of Health [2022] NZHC 832 [media release]. Courts of New Zealand. Retrieved 1 July 2022 from https://www.courtsofnz.govt.nz/cases/grounded-kiwis-group-incorporated-v-minister-of-health [see PDF here][27 Apr 2022]1321st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2020a)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2020a, 29 February). Coronavirus in New Zealand: Should I wear a mask? Your Covid-19 questions answered. Retrieved 3 November 2020 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/coronavirus-in-new-zealand-should-i-wear-a-mask-your-covid-19-questions-answered/X5NYITLWKXHPPUR37GON3IT3WU [see PDF here][29 Jan 2020]341st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2020b)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2020b, 25 July). Covid 19 coronavirus: A history of escapes from isolation/quarantine in New Zealand. Retrieved 9 October 2020 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-a-history-of-escapes-from-isolationquarantine-in-new-zealand/4Q3EDQ2WISRMN3AFKWVX3Y2HPI/ [see PDF here][16 Jun 2020]
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(NZ Herald, 2020c)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2020c, 17 June). Covid 19 coronavirus: Six people – not two – abscond after funeral. Retrieved 14 October 2020 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-six-people-not-two-abscond-after-funeral/6HRZ73D227SSLEHQ6EUJQK7FLE/ [see PDF here]
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(NZ Herald, 2020d)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2020d, 30 August). Covid 19 coronavirus: Incorrect message results in people queuing up for testing. Retrieved 9 October 2020 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-incorrect-message-results-in-people-queuing-up-for-testing/CA67K2XZCFT6KHSZ6JZPRJIS6Y [see PDF here]
[31 Aug 2020]541st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2020e)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2020e, 5 October). Covid 19 coronavirus: Auckland will move to alert level 1, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern confirms. Retrieved 9 October 2020 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-auckland-will-move-to-alert-level-1-prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-confirms/TLZBQEPQ7YH6FV7PH5WRGOYSLM/ [see PDF here][21 Sep 2020]541st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2020f)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2020f, 16 October). Covid 19 coronavirus: Kiwis get airborne in first transtasman bubble flight. Retrieved 18 January 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-kiwis-get-airborne-in-first-transtasman-bubble-flight/RGAC3ULXFZ7KYWBNBEV3QE4Z7A/?ref=readmore [see PDF here][16 Oct 2020]

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(NZ Herald, 2020g)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2020g, 16 October). Travel bubble bursts: 14 passengers detained in Melbourne after flying into Sydney. Retrieved 18 January 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/travel-bubble-bursts-14-passengers-detained-in-melbourne-after-flying-into-sydney/6HKJ2LEUWY6SZUN2Y25ME5WUJA/?ref=readmore [see PDF here][16 Oct 2020]

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(NZ Herald, 2020h)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2020h, 11 December). Focus: Dr Ashley Bloomfield - New Zealand's Quote of the Year finalist. Retrieved on 8 March 2023 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/focus-dr-ashley-bloomfield-new-zealands-quote-of-the-year-finalist/GD7R4IRRW2RKFZKFSXYQKNISK4 [see PDF here]
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(NZ Herald, 2021a)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021a, 16 January). Covid 19 coronavirus found in ice cream made in China from NZ milk powder. Retrieved 20 January 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-found-in-ice-cream-made-in-china-from-nz-milk-powder/FHZI6HLSKDJZ6O6ZRP64KM7BN4/ [see PDF here][16 Jan 2021]681st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021b)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021b, 24 January). Covid 19 coronavirus: Northland community case a 56yo woman; ‘too early’ for call on response. Retrieved 26 January 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-northland-community-case-a-56yo-woman-too-early-for-call-on-response/YVSVIH27IQ3SMZSCV5U3ZCMED4/?ref=readmore [see PDF here][24 Jan 2021]691st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021c)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021c, 24 January). Coronavirus Covid 19: Locations of interest visited by Northland positive case revealed. Retrieved 26 January 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/coronavirus-covid-19-locations-of-interest-visited-by-northland-positive-case-revealed/GQ5HKANGHFLT3N2GNITZUB5PFE/ [see PDF here][24 Jan 2021]691st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021d)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021d, 25 January). Covid 19 coronavirus: Positive case closes Northland, northwest Auckland, Waikato businesses and attractions. Retrieved 26 January 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-positive-case-closes-northland-northwest-auckland-waikato-businesses-and-attractions/MUMTB6GVBXSNG6FASZD4S35JVA/?ref=readmore [see PDF here][24 Jan 2021]691st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021e)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021e, 28 January). Covid 19 Coronavirus: Ground zero at Auckland Pullman MIQ - four cases and counting. Retrieved 29 January 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-ground-zero-at-auckland-pullman-miq-four-cases-and-counting/IOJAGGUKRGTOA7Q6AJETW5RH74/ [see PDF here][28 Jan 2021]711st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021f)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021f, 9 March). Covid 19 coronavirus: Four new cases in MIQ, none in community; Air crew test negative. Retrieved 9 March 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-four-new-cases-in-miq-none-in-community-air-crew-test-negative/LODOS4LIOCITMSF6HF4T43VXPQ/ [see PDF here][7 Mar 2021]751st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021g)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021g, 31 July). Fiji mercy flight: Middlemore Hospital worker in quarantine as precaution after ‘PPE protocol incident’. Retrieved 1 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/fiji-mercy-flight-middlemore-hospital-worker-in-quarantine-as-precaution-after-ppe-protocol-incident/XVN4IERXNAPEL6ICNBC77TSV2Q/?c_id=1&objectid=12461704 [see PDF here][31 Jul 2021]901st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021h)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021h, 17 August). Covid-19 coronavirus: Covid transmitted via open doors at Jet Park Auckland MIQ facility. Retrieved 8 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-covid-transmitted-via-open-doors-at-jet-park-auckland-miq-facility/CTWTCGWGOGBB4PLKYCHCCYM7E4/?c_id=1&objectid=12460867 [see PDF here][17 Aug 2021]921st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021i)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021i, 19 August). Covid 19 coronavirus Delta outbreak: 'Piece of the puzzle we're looking for' – outbreak linked to Sydney returnee; 11 new cases, 2 in hospital. Retrieved 8 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-delta-outbreak-piece-of-the-puzzle-were-looking-for-outbreak-linked-to-sydney-returnee-11-new-cases-2-in-hospital/TFZ2ZWBBU2URMVH6IEQRBDBXAM/?c_id=1&objectid=12466091 [see PDF here][19 Aug 2021]
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(NZ Herald, 2021j)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021j, 17 September). Covid 19 Delta outbreak: The 90% Project – NZ Herald campaign to vaccinate Kiwis, save lives and enjoy freedom. Retrieved 8 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-the-90-project-nz-herald-campaign-to-vaccinate-kiwis-save-lives-and-enjoy-freedom/XHDR6DFFVKQWC5CM6EDYXYGVW4/ [see PDF here][17 Sep 2021]941st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021k)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021k, 23 September). Covid 19 Delta outbreak: How the Herald's Covid 19 vaccine tracker works. Retrieved 8 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-how-the-heralds-covid-19-vaccine-tracker-works/QUB3AXVC5IC2DPO53B7OL5A4MQ/ [see PDF here][17 Sep 2021]941st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021l)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021l, 30 October). Covid 19 delta outbreak: Police to prosecute after Auckland Domain lockdown protest - Hannah Tamaki decries lost freedoms. Retrieved 21 December 2021 from
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[2 Oct 2021]961st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021m)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021m, 8 November). Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Guest dies in Auckland MIQ facility. Retrieved 3 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-guest-dies-in-auckland-miq-facility/6X7LVAYELKLUYXEAKKIN7YVZGI/ [see PDF here][8 Nov 2021]981st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021n)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021n, 12 November). Covid-19 Delta outbreak: Ministry of Health releases pre-existing conditions of deaths linked to virus. Retrieved 3 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-ministry-of-health-releases-pre-existing-conditions-of-deaths-linked-to-virus/2PVOFYDPE5TSVJD3J5J2DCVEXM/ [see PDF here][12 Nov 2021]991st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021o)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021o, 20 December). Covid-19 Delta outbreak: Vaccine Board says man's death 'probably due to vaccination'. Retrieved 22 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-vaccine-board-says-mans-death-probably-due-to-vaccination/AKRVRICE6GWZ5HVJRKT6C55CHI/ [see PDF here][17 Nov 2021]1011st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021p)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021p, 15 December). Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Person in 30s youngest in NZ to die from virus. Retrieved 21 December from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-person-in-30s-youngest-in-nz-to-die-from-virus/HGYEFLI7WBJOWJKY63WS5P2JEE/?objectid=12493611&utm_medium=Social&utm_campaign=nzh_fb&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR3ujlL4h1t7uB7VIGtY-PTzAtjzpUfmkwaZ041pyYjdhiT3vyvFnbTTuVU#Echobox=1639545477 [see PDF here][15 Dec 2021]1051st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2021q)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2021q, 18 December). Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Young child who died was unknowingly infected. Retrieved 21 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-young-child-who-died-was-unknowingly-infected/OUW4ZCLNGROBQN3FES7A6INIVA/ [see PDF here][15 Dec 2021]1051st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2022a)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2022a, 26 January). Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: Grant Robertson clashes with Heather du Plessis-Allan over RAT ‘ban’. Retrieved 10 February 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-omicron-outbreak-grant-robertson-clashes-with-heather-du-plessis-allan-over-rat-ban/JSDEATPBZ5JEKXFFYZAHTH4HGI/ [see PDF here][26 Jan 2022]1171st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2022b)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2022b, 2 February). Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: Chris Hipkins says he regrets accidental release of vaccine payment data. Retrieved 14 February 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-omicron-outbreak-chris-hipkins-says-he-regrets-accidental-release-of-vaccine-payment-data/WKJNAD2N4EPO372RMOVBJCLNFI/ [see PDF here][2 Feb 2022]1191st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2022c)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2022c, 16 February). Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: 1160 new community cases; 10% of Middlemore ED patients test positive. Retrieved 29 March 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-omicron-outbreak-1160-new-community-cases-10-of-middlemore-ed-patients-test-positive/DDXIP7HJ65BZSQRTRBW7QG2ODE/ [see PDF here][16 Feb 2022]1241st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2022d)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2022d, 22 February). Matthew Hooton: Did health officials mislead PM and public on testing capability? Retrieved 1 July 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/matthew-hooton-did-health-officials-mislead-pm-and-public-on-testing-capability/OT2F3MQFPEDD5OPAG34LJBS5J4/ [see PDF here][22 Feb 2022]1251st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2022e)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2022e, 21 March). Covid 19 coronavirus Omicron: Nine deaths, 14,463 new Covid cases, 1000 people in hospital. Retrieved 21 March 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-omicron-nine-deaths-14463-new-covid-cases-1000-people-in-hospital/JBXUL5ZKS2U6FIHPHXJEJQR3EY/ [see PDF here][21 Mar 2022]1291st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2022f)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2022f, 30 March). Covid-19 outbreak: Unvaccinated workers don't have right to get their job back – govt advice. Retrieved 1 July 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/covid-19-outbreak-unvaccinated-workers-dont-have-right-to-get-their-job-back-govt-advice/PU24X46T3ACUQPBANLFSF35ZMA/ [see PDF here][4 Apr 2022]1301st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2022g)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2022g, 14 April). Covid 19 Omicron outbreak: What are the rules for orange traffic light setting? Retrieved 1 July 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-omicron-outbreak-what-are-the-rules-for-orange-traffic-light-setting/O7DLSDUTMS7B4KLEC3PEJ4X2TM/ [see PDF here][13 Apr 2022]1311st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2022h)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2022h, 8 December). Editorial: Third wave of Covid raises questions over antiviral drugs. Retrieved 11 January 2023 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/editorial-third-wave-of-covid-raises-questions-over-antiviral-drugs/D4X53NKRDZAL3JMGPYBNHUH24I/ [see PDF here][8 Dec 2022]1431st Edition (March 2023)
(NZ Herald, 2022i)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (2022i, 11 February). Covid 19 Omicron outbreak Parliament protest: Sprinklers turned on, 'second wave convoy' en route. Retrieved on 8 March 2023 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-omicron-outbreak-parliament-protest-sprinklers-turned-on-second-wave-convoy-en-route/3MKC44AVVFXXTGUATPSLMIFN7Q [see PDF here][Quotation: Speaker Trevor Mallard]1481st Edition (March 2023)
(NZNO, 2020)New Zealand Nurses Association (NZNO) (2020, 29 May). Report Reveals Frontline Nurses' Struggles During COVID-19 Pandemic [press release]. Retrieved 17 September 2020 from https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/GE2005/S00178/report-reveals-frontline-nurses-struggles-during-covid-19-pandemic.htm [see PDF here][29 May 2020]471st Edition (March 2023)
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New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) (2022, 8 March). Symptomatic Nurses Asked To Return To Work A Clear Sign Of A Desperate Health System [press release]. Scoop. Retrieved 10 March 2023 from https://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/PO2203/S00073/symptomatic-nurses-asked-to-return-to-work-a-clear-sign-of-a-desperate-health-system.htm [see PDF here][Quotation: NZNO Kaiwhakahaere Kerri Nuku]

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(OAG, 2020a)Office of the Auditor General (OAG) (2020a, 3 April). Covid-19: important governance matters to consider [letter]. Retrieved 21 March 2023 from https://oag.parliament.nz/media/2020/covid-19-governance [see PDF here][3 Apr 2020]411st Edition (March 2023)
(OAG, 2020b)Office of the Auditor General (OAG) (2020b, 21 April). Independent review of the management of personal protective equipment [press release]. Retrieved 26 August 2020 from https://oag.parliament.nz/media/2020/ppe [see PDF here]
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(OAG, 2020c)Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) (2020c, 17 June). Ministry of Health: Management of personal protective equipment in response to Covid-19. Retrieved 12 October 2020 from https://oag.parliament.nz/2020/ppe/docs/ppe.pdf [see PDF here][17 Jun 2020]481st Edition (March 2023)
(OAG, 2020d)Office of the Auditor General (OAG) (2020d, 15 June). Auditor-General's overview. Retrieved 25 August 2020 from https://oag.parliament.nz/2020/ppe/overview.htm [see PDF here][17 Jun 2020]481st Edition (March 2023)
(OAG, 2021a)Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) (2021a, 23 February). Our intentions: Looking at the central response to Covid-19 [press release]. Retrieved 8 March 2021 from https://oag.parliament.nz/media/2021/covid-19-response [see PDF here][23 Feb 2021]731st Edition (March 2023)
(OAG, 2021b)Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) (2021b, 25 February). Our intentions: Looking at how well the Government is planning and managing the Covid-19 vaccine roll-out [press release]. Retrieved 3 March 2021 from https://oag.parliament.nz/media/2021/covid-19-vaccine [see PDF here][25 Feb 2021]741st Edition (March 2023)
(OAG, 2021c)Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) (2021c, 10 November). Ministry of health’s procurement for covid-19 saliva testing services [letter]. Retrieved 21 March 2023 from https://oag.parliament.nz/2021/saliva-testing/ministry-of-health [see PDF here][13 Apr 2021]811st Edition (March 2023)
(OAG, 2021d)Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) (2021d, 17 May). Preparations for the nationwide roll-out of the Covid-19 vaccine. Retrieved 8 June 2021 from https://oag.parliament.nz/2021/vaccines [see PDF here][17 May 2021]841st Edition (March 2023)
(OAG, 2022)Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) (2022, December). Co-ordination of the all-of-government response to the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. Retrieved 17 march 2023 from https://oag.parliament.nz/2022/covid-19/docs/all-of-govt-response-to-covid.pdf [see PDF here][Introduction]
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(O'Connor, D., 2021)O’Connor, D. (2021, 6 May). NZ backs moves to improve global access to COVID vaccines [press release]. Retrieved 21 June 2021 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/nz-backs-moves-improve-global-access-covid-vaccines [see PDF here][6 May 2021]831st Edition (March 2023)
(ODESC, 2020a)Officials Committee for Domestic and External Security Coordination (ODESC) (2020a, 23 April). Rapid Review of Initial Operating Model and Organisational Arrangements for the National Response to COVID-19. Retrieved 12 April 2021 from https://covid19.govt.nz/about-our-covid-19-response/proactive-releases/covid-19-reviews-and-audits/ [see PDF here][11 Mar 2021]761st Edition (March 2023)
(ODESC, 2020b)Officials Committee for Domestic and External Security Coordination (ODESC) (2020b, 30 October). Second rapid review of the COVID-19 all-of-government response. Retrieved 12 April 2021 from https://covid19.govt.nz/about-our-covid-19-response/proactive-releases/covid-19-reviews-and-audits/ [see PDF here][11 Mar 2021]761st Edition (March 2023)
(ODT, 2022)Otago Daily Times (ODT) (2022, 15 February). Covid in second primary school in South. Retrieved 17 February 2022 from https://www.odt.co.nz/news/national/covid-second-primary-school-south [see PDF here][7 Feb 2022]1201st Edition (March 2023)
(Office of the Ombudsman, 2020)Office of the Ombudsman (2020, 18 August). OPCAT COVID-19 report: Report on inspections of the aged care facilities under the Crimes of Torture Act 1989. Retrieved 12 October 2020 from https://www.ombudsman.parliament.nz/sites/default/files/2020-08/Report%20on%20inspections%20of%20aged%20care%20facilities%20under%20the%20Crimes%20of%20Torture%20Act%201989%20082020.pdf [see PDF here][18 Aug 2020]521st Edition (March 2023)
(Office of the Ombudsman, 2021)Office of the Ombudsman (2021, June). Report on inspections of aged care facilities under the Crimes of Torture Act 1989. Retrieved 14 November 2021 from https://www.ombudsman.parliament.nz/resources/report-inspections-aged-care-facilities-under-crimes-torture-act-1989 [see PDF here][30 Jun 2021]881st Edition (March 2023)
(Orewa Community Church v Minister for Covid-19 Response [2022])Orewa Community Church v Minister for Covid-19 Response [2022] NZHC 2026. Retrieved 18 January 2023 from https://www.courtsofnz.govt.nz/cases/orewa-community-church-v-minister-for-covid-19-response [see PDF here][16 Aug 2022]1381st Edition (March 2023)
(Osborne, H., 2022)Osborne, H. (2022, 27 April). 'Inevitable that the system would operate unjustly': Grounded Kiwis fight against MIQ ends in High Court win. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 1 July 2022 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/inevitable-that-the-system-would-operate-unjustly-grounded-kiwis-fight-against-miq-ends-in-high-court-win/OCYSA3UTLNRPXAW2DMA2SZSSZA/ [see PDF here][27 Apr 2022]
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(Our World in Data, 2023)Our World In Data (2023). New Zealand: Coronavirus Pandemic Country Profile. Retrieved 13 March 2023 from
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(Pasefika Proud, n.d.)Pasefika Proud (n.d.). Pasifika Funerals in Alert Level 4. New Zealand Government. Retrieved 13 March 2023 from https://www.pasefikaproud.co.nz/stories/pasifika-funerals-in-alert-level-4/ [see PDF here][Text to go with Image: COVID-19 funeral guidelines]
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(Patterson, J., 2021a)Patterson, J. (2021a, 18 March). Plans under way for trans-Tasman bubble by end of April. RNZ. Retrieved 22 March 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/438615/plans-under-way-for-trans-tasman-bubble-by-end-of-april [see PDF here][18 Mar 2021]771st Edition (March 2023)
(Patterson, J., 2021b)Patterson, J. (2021b, 14 April). MIQ security guard ‘was lying’ about COVID-19 tests – PM Jacinda Ardern. RNZ. Retrieved 19 April 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/440463/miq-security-guard-was-lying-about-covid-19-tests-pm-jacinda-ardern [see PDF here][14 Apr 2021]811st Edition (March 2023)
(Pearse, A., 2021a)Pearse, A. (2021a, 4 June). Covid 19 coronavirus: Auckland vaccination centre metres away from MIQ facility. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 7 March 2023 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-auckland-vaccination-centre-metres-away-from-miq-facility/KJFR5UM5YGLDN65B4WA3P2P6PI [see PDF here][9 Apr 2020]421st Edition (March 2023)
(Pearse, A., 2021b)Pearse, A. (2021b, 19 April). Covid-19 coronavirus: Grand Millennium and Grand Mercure MIQ shutdown during investigation. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 20 April 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-grand-millennium-and-grand-mercure-miq-shutdown-during-investigation/NSKIWADFJZFSBTKYNJJMTWV6DE/ [see PDF here][19 Apr 2021]821st Edition (March 2023)
(Pearse, A, 2021c)Pearse, A. (2021c, 30 June). Covid-19 coronavirus: ‘Extremely difficult’ – New herd immunity estimates revealed. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 30 June 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-extremely-difficult-new-herd-immunity-estimates-revealed/2VJH24OL6QHB7V2XTMNFO35ASI/ [see PDF here][30 Jun 2021]881st Edition (March 2023)
(Pearse, A., 2021d)Pearse, A. (2021d, 17 November). Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Auckland border explained – what you need to do to get out. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 3 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-auckland-border-explained-what-you-need-to-do-to-get-out/RHIBCF3I4NVTF6DKYUU5DVBYBM/ [see PDF here][17 Nov 2021]1011st Edition (March 2023)
(Pearse, A., 2021e)Pearse, A. (2021e, 25 November). Covid 19 Delta outbreak: Explainer – How $1.5b will transform virus testing and home isolation. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 13 December 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-explainer-how-15b-will-transform-virus-testing-and-home-isolation/7AVLGXDTM5CNLUTXLZJDLWHN4A/ [see PDF here][25 Nov 2021]1021st Edition (March 2023)
(Pearse, A. et al., 2021)Pearse, A., Sivertsen, J. & Trigger, S. (2021, 19 April). Covid-19 coronavirus: Tearful reunions set as NZ/Australia travel bubble opens. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 19 April 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-tearful-reunions-set-as-nzaustralia-travel-bubble-opens/DHCEKGKMEMWXN6CIU334H2P52I/ [see PDF here][19 Apr 2021]821st Edition (March 2023)
(Peters, W., 2020)Peters, W. (2020, 21 September). $27 million investment in global vaccine facility [press release]. Retrieved 8 March 2021 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/27million-investment-global-vaccine-facility [see PDF here][21 Sep 2020]551st Edition (March 2023)
(Peters v Speaker of the House of Representatives [2022])Peters v Speaker of the House of Representatives [2022] NZHC 2718. New Zealand Legal Information Institute. Retrieved 16 March 2023 from http://www.nzlii.org/cgi-bin/sinodisp/nz/cases/NZHC/2022/2718.html?query=title(%222022%20NZHC%202718%22) [see PDF here][25 Aug 2022]1391st Edition (March 2023)
(Pharmac, 2022)Pharmac (2022, 31 March). (Pfizer’s oral COVID-19 treatment arrives in New Zealand. Retrieved on 8 March 2023 from https://pharmac.govt.nz/news-and-resources/news/2022-03-31-media-release-pfizers-oral-covid-19-treatment-arrives-in-new-zealand [see PDF here][Quotation: Pharmac CE Sarah Fitt]1511st Edition (March 2023)
(Prasser, S., 2023)Prasser, S. (Eds.). (2023, February). New Directions In Royal Commissions & Public Inquiries: Do we need them?. Connor Court Publishing: Australia.[Introduction]131st Edition (March 2023)
(Preston, N., 2021a)Preston, N. (2021a, 23 June). Covid-19 coronavirus: Uncertainty faces New Zealanders stranded in Sydney. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 23 June 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-uncertainty-faces-new-zealanders-stranded-in-sydney/UMSSF5FAMUWX43XPWOCQXNLZWM/ [see PDF here][22 Jun 2021]861st Edition (March 2023)
(Preston, N., 2021b)Preston, N. (2021b, 24 June). Covid-19 coronavirus: New Zealanders first to trial Chinese-developed vaccine. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 24 June 2021 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-coronavirus-new-zealanders-first-to-trial-chinese-developed-vaccine/6OCX2HVY4IQJM62ABNVJQBUZTM/ [see PDF here][24 Jun 2021]871st Edition (March 2023)
(Quinn, R., 2021a)Quinn, R. (2021a, 18 May). Covid-19 vaccine plan review: Auditor-general says ‘real risk’ of prolonged roll out. RNZ. Retrieved 8 June 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/442826/covid-19-vaccine-plan-review-auditor-general-says-real-risk-of-prolonged-roll-out [see PDF here][17 May 2021]841st Edition (March 2023)
(Quinn, R., 2021b)Quinn, R. (2021b, 11 November). Thousands of DHB workers yet to receive first Covid-19 vaccine dose. RNZ. Retrieved 3 December 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/455432/thousands-of-dhb-workers-yet-to-receive-first-covid-19-vaccine-dose [see PDF here][11 Nov 2021]991st Edition (March 2023)
(Quinn, R., 2022)Quinn, R. (2022, 20 December). Covid-19: 600,000 vaccine doses expire within weeks. RNZ. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/481127/covid-19-600-000-vaccine-doses-expire-within-weeks [see PDF here][20 Dec 2022]1441st Edition (March 2023)
(RBNZ, 2020a)The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) (2020a, 16 March). OCR reduced to 0.25 percent for next 12 months [press release]. Retrieved 9 September 2020 from https://www.rbnz.govt.nz/news/2020/03/ocr-reduced-to-025-percent-for-next-12-months [see PDF here][17 Mar 2020]361st Edition (March 2023)
(RBNZ, 2020b)The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) (2020b, 24 March). Mortgage holiday and business finance support schemes to cushion COVID impacts [press release]. Retrieved 23 October 2020 from https://www.rbnz.govt.nz/news/2020/03/mortgage-holiday-and-business-finance-support-schemes-to-cushion-covid-impacts [see PDF here][24 Mar 2020]381st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020a)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020a, 13 March). Auckland's Pasifika festival cancelled amid coronavirus fears. Retrieved 9 October 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/international/pacific-news/411637/auckland-s-pasifika-festival-cancelled-amid-coronavirus-fears#:~:text=Auckland's%20two%2Dday%20Pasifika%20festival,about%20the%20Covid%2D19%20coronavirus [see PDF here][13 Mar 2020]361st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020b)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020b, 16 March). Coronavirus: Gatherings of 500 or more people will not go ahead - Prime Minister. Retrieved 9 October 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/411868/coronavirus-gatherings-of-500-or-more-people-will-not-go-ahead-prime-minister [see PDF here][16 Mar 2020]361st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020c)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020c, 16 March). Coronavirus: More large events likely to be cancelled - Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern. Retrieved 9 October 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/411825/coronavirus-more-large-events-likely-to-be-cancelled-prime-minister-jacinda-ardern [see PDF here][16 Mar 2020]361st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020d)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020d, 18 May). PM on NZ joining international investigation into Covid-19 outbreak: 'We're interested in it for learning'. Retrieved 9 September 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/416879/pm-on-nz-joining-international-investigation-into-covid-19-outbreak-we-re-interested-in-it-for-learning [see PDF here][18 May 2020]461st Edition (March 2023)
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Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020e, 19 May). Covid-19 tracing app launched earlier than expected. Retrieved 10 September 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/417045/covid-19-tracing-app-launched-earlier-than-expected [see PDF here][19 May 2020]461st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020f)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020f, 8 July). Megan Woods on Covid-19 escape: 'Things have changed in terms of non-compliance'. Retrieved 9 October 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/420783/megan-woods-on-covid-19-escape-things-have-changed-in-terms-of-non-compliance [see PDF here][4 Jul 2020]491st Edition (March 2023)
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Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020g, 10 July). Helen Clark joint lead of WHO investigation into Covid-19. Retrieved 9 September 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/morningreport/audio/2018754359/helen-clark-joint-lead-of-who-investigation-into-covid-19 [see PDF here][10 Jul 2020]501st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020h)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020h, 16 November). Masks to be compulsory on some transport - Ardern, Hipkins announce Cabinet decision. Retrieved 17 November 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/430730/masks-to-be-compulsory-on-some-transport-ardern-hipkins-announce-cabinet-decision [see PDF here][31 Aug 2020]541st Edition (March 2023)
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Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020i, 6 September). Covid-19 update: Five new cases reported in New Zealand today - four in community, one in isolation. Retrieved 9 September 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/425355/covid-19-update-five-new-cases-reported-in-new-zealand-today-four-in-community-one-in-isolation [see PDF here][4 Sep 2020]

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(RNZ, 2020j)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020j, 14 August). Covid-19: Lack of testing of staff at border 'extraordinary' - Skegg. Retrieved 24 October 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/423526/covid-19-lack-of-testing-of-staff-at-border-extraordinary-skegg [see PDF here][6 Sep 2020]541st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020k)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020k, 2 October). Covid-19: Australia announces trans-Tasman bubble flights. Retrieved 9 October 2020 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/427459/covid-19-australia-announces-trans-tasman-bubble-flights [see PDF here][2 Oct 2020]551st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020l)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020l, 18 October). Covid-19: Premier says 55 Kiwis travelled to Victoria. Retrieved 18 January 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/world/428630/covid-19-premier-says-55-kiwis-travelled-to-victoria [see PDF here][18 Oct 2020]561st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020m)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020m, 12 November). Covid-19: Auckland downtown workers asked to work from home. Retrieved 13 March 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/430470/covid-19-auckland-downtown-workers-asked-to-work-from-home [see PDF here][12 Nov 2020]571st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020n)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020n, 14 December). Australia travel bubble for early 2021 agreed in principle by Cabinet – Ardern. Retrieved 18 January 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/432807/australia-travel-bubble-for-early-2021-agreed-in-principle-by-cabinet-ardern [see PDF here][14 Dec 2020]581st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020o)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020o, 15 December). New Covid-19 resurgence business support scheme announced. Retrieved 18 January 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/business/432902/new-covid-19-resurgence-business-support-scheme-announced [see PDF here][15 Dec 2020]581st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2020p)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2020p, 26 March). Covid-19: Does NZ have enough ICU beds, ventilators?. Retrieved 10 march 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/checkpoint/audio/2018740328/covid-19-does-nz-have-enough-icu-beds-ventilators [see PDF here][Quotation: Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society]621st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021a)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021a, 5 January). Ministry of Health spent $37m on PPE that was defective or had quality concerns. Retrieved 18 January 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/434054/ministry-of-health-spent-37m-on-ppe-that-was-defective-or-had-quality-concerns [see PDF here][21 Dec 2020]591st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021b)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021b, 3 January). Covid-19 update: 19 new imported cases in past three days. Retrieved 18 January 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/433973/covid-19-update-19-new-imported-cases-in-past-three-days [see PDF here][3 Jan 2021]681st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021c)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021c, 28 January). Covid-19: Father and daughter confirmed as two new community cases. Retrieved 29 January 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/435342/covid-19-father-and-daughter-confirmed-as-two-new-community-cases [see PDF here][28 Jan 2021]711st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021d)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021d, 2 March). Covid-19 February cluster: Case profiles. Retrieved 9 March 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/437490/covid-19-february-cluster-case-profiles [see PDF here][14 Feb 2021]711st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021e)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021e, 15 April). Border workers trialling wearable Covid-19 detection technology Elarm. Retrieved 15 April 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/440517/border-workers-trialling-wearable-covid-19-detection-technology-elarm [see PDF here][15 Apr 2021]811st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021f)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021f, 19 April). New Zealand will not be tied to Australia for other border re-openings - Jacinda Ardern. Retrieved 19 April 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/440756/new-zealand-will-not-be-tied-to-australia-for-other-border-re-openings-jacinda-ardern [see PDF here][19 Apr 2021]821st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021g)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021g, 21 April). Auckland Airport worker has UK strain of Covid-19 – Hipkins. Retrieved 21 April 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/440910/auckland-aiport-worker-has-uk-strain-of-covid-19-hipkins [see PDF here][20 Apr 2021]821st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021h)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021h, 10 July). Epidemiologist backs move to scrap mercy flights as NSW Covid-19 infections rise. Retrieved 23 November 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/446592/epidemiologist-backs-move-to-scrap-mercy-flights-as-nsw-covid-19-infections-rise [see PDF here][9 Jul 2021]891st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021i)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021i, 2 August). Ardern announces RSE workers allowed one-way quarantine-free travel. Retrieved 1 December 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/448295/ardern-announces-rse-workers-allowed-one-way-quarantine-free-travel [see PDF here][2 Aug 2021]901st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021j)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021j, 11 August). Covid-19: Indonesia and Fiji designated as very high risk – govt. Retrieved 1 December 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/448946/covid-19-indonesia-and-fiji-designated-as-very-high-risk-govt [see PDF here][11 Aug 2021]911st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021k)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021k, 19 August). Covid-19 isolation requirements: What to do if you're a contact. Retrieved 8 December 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/449538/covid-19-isolation-requirements-what-to-do-if-you-re-a-contact [see PDF here][17 Aug 2021]921st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021l)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021l, 22 August). People who used walkway near MIQ facility sought by contact tracers. Retrieved 8 December 2021 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/449715/people-who-used-walkway-near-miq-facility-sought-by-contact-tracers [see PDF here][22 Aug 2021]931st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021m)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021m, 14 October). Covid-19: Businesses given green light for rapid antigen tests. Retrieved on 8 March 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/453507/covid-19-businesses-given-green-light-for-rapid-antigen-tests [see PDF here][Quotation: Associate Health Minister Ayesha Verrall]1131st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2021n)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2021n, 11 October). New Zealand signs deal to purchase new Covid-19 treatment. Retrieved 1 July 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/453288/new-zealand-signs-deal-to-purchase-new-covid-19-treatment [see PDF here][14 Apr 2022]1311st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022a)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022a, 29 March). Hundreds opt for Novavax in first two weeks of rollout. Retrieved 29 June 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/464170/hundreds-opt-for-novavax-in-first-two-weeks-of-rollout [see PDF here][29 Nov 2021]
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(RNZ, 2022b)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022b, 2 February). Vaccine booster interval shortened to three months - New Zealand government. Retrieved 15 February 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/460729/vaccine-booster-interval-shortened-to-three-months-new-zealand-government [see PDF here][2 Feb 2022]

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(RNZ, 2022c)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022c, 3 February). Person admitted to Wellington Hospital tests positive for Covid-19. Retrieved 15 February 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/460792/person-admitted-to-wellington-hospital-tests-positive-for-covid-19 [see PDF here][2 Feb 2022]1191st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022d)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022d, 10 February). Police say anti-mandate protest at Parliament 'unprecedented'. Retrieved 17 February 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/461228/police-say-anti-mandate-protest-at-parliament-unprecedented [see PDF here][8 Feb 2022]1211st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022e)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022e, 11 February). Parliament protest: Police arrest 122 in efforts to control occupation. Retrieved 17 February 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/461259/parliament-protest-police-arrest-122-in-efforts-to-control-occupation [see PDF here][8 Feb 2022]1211st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022f)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022f, 14 February). Wellington's Sky Stadium offered as parking to free up Parliament streets blocked by protesters. Retrieved 17 February 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/461471/wellington-s-sky-stadium-offered-as-parking-to-free-up-parliament-streets-blocked-by-protesters [see PDF here][8 Feb 2022]1211st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022g)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022g, 15 February). Police Commissioner gives ultimatum to protesters outside Parliament. Retrieved 17 February 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/461573/police-commissioner-gives-ultimatum-to-protesters-outside-parliament [see PDF here][8 Feb 2022]
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(RNZ, 2022h)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022h, 15 February). Anti-vaccine mandate protests: Victoria University of Wellington supports police tactics. Retrieved 17 February 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/461531/anti-vaccine-mandate-protests-victoria-university-of-wellington-supports-police-tactics [see PDF here][15 Feb 2022]1231st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022i)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022i, 16 February). Protesters outside Parliament 'disappointed' over no meeting with Cabinet ministers. Retrieved 17 February 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/461675/protesters-outside-parliament-disappointed-over-no-meeting-with-cabinet-ministers [see PDF here][15 Feb 2022]1231st Edition (March 2023)
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Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022j, 24 February). Covid-19 Omicron outbreak: New Zealand to move to phase 3 of response. Retrieved 29 March 2022 from
https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/462175/covid-19-omicron-outbreak-new-zealand-to-move-to-phase-3-of-response [see PDF here]
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(RNZ, 2022k)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022k, 2 March). Parliament grounds 'reclaimed': Police operation ends 23-day protest. Retrieved 25 March 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/462610/parliament-grounds-reclaimed-police-operation-ends-23-day-protest [see PDF here][2 Mar 2022]1271st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022l)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022l, 23 March). Covid-19 Omicron outbreak: PM Jacinda Ardern announces changes to traffic light system, some mandates to end. Retrieved 30 June 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/463843/covid-19-omicron-outbreak-pm-jacinda-ardern-announces-changes-to-traffic-light-system-some-mandates-to-end [see PDF here][25 Mar 2022]1301st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022m)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022m, 22 June). Dr Ayesha Verrall and Dr Ashley Bloomfield reveal plans for handling Covid-19 variants. Retrieved 4 July 2022 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/469587/dr-ayesha-verrall-and-dr-ashley-bloomfield-reveal-plans-for-handling-covid-19-variants [see PDF here][22 Jun 2022]1351st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022n)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022n, 25 July). Covid-19 update: 16 further deaths and 6910 new community cases. Retrieved 12 January 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/471572/covid-19-update-16-further-deaths-and-6910-new-community-cases [see PDF here][25 Jul 2022]1381st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022o)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022o, 17 August). Covid-19 update: 16 further deaths, 4489 new community cases. Retrieved 12 January 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/473013/covid-19-update-16-further-deaths-4489-new-community-cases [see PDF here][17 Aug 2022]1381st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022p)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022p, 25 August). Speaker apologises for issuing Winston Peters with trespass notice. Retrieved 9 March 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/473503/speaker-apologises-for-issuing-winston-peters-with-trespass-notice [see PDF here][25 Aug 2022]1391st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022q)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022q, 25 October). More than 130 Covid-19 cases on one of first cruise ships to return to New Zealand. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/477367/more-than-130-covid-19-cases-on-one-of-first-cruise-ships-to-return-to-new-zealand [see PDF here][26 Oct 2022]1411st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022r)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022r, 4 November). Covid-19 cases likely much higher than currently reported – lab scientist. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/478037/covid-19-cases-likely-much-higher-than-currently-reported-lab-scientist [see PDF here][4 Nov 2022]1411st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022s)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022s, 16 November). Covid-19: ‘This is very much our third Omicron wave’ – epidemiologist. Retrieved 11 January 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/478827/covid-19-this-is-very-much-our-third-omicron-wave-epidemiologist [see PDF here][15 Nov 2022]1421st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022t)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022t, 1 December).Graham Philip receives three-year jail term for acts of sabotage. Retrieved 11 January 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/479858/graham-philip-receives-three-year-jail-term-for-acts-of-sabotage [see PDF here][1 Dec 2022]1421st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022u)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022u, 1 December). Legal action taken over Government failure to enforce wage subsidy repayments. Retrieved 11 January 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/479905/legal-action-taken-over-government-failure-to-enforce-wage-subsidy-repayments [see PDF here][1 Dec 2022]1421st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022v)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022v, 5 December).
Royal Commission of Inquiry into Covid-19 pandemic response: What you need to know. Retrieved 11 January 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/480144/royal-commission-of-inquiry-into-covid-19-pandemic-response-what-you-need-to-know [see PDF here]
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(RNZ, 2022w)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022w, 12 December). MBIE acted 'unreasonably' over managed isolation allocation system – Chief Ombudsman. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/480560/mbie-acted-unreasonably-over-managed-isolation-allocation-system-chief-ombudsman [see PDF here][12 Dec 2022]1431st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022x)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022x, 21 December). Covid-19: Jacinda Ardern defends settings amid wave of reported cases. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/481235/covid-19-jacinda-ardern-defends-settings-amid-wave-of-reported-cases [see PDF here][21 Dec 2022]1441st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022y)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022y, 25 December). Covid-19: A hospital holidays for many this Christmas. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/481435/covid-19-a-hospital-holidays-for-many-this-christmas [see PDF here][21 Dec 2022]1441st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022z)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022z, 22 December). Covid-19: Medsafe grants provisional approval for Pfizer boosters targeting Omicron variants. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/481285/covid-19-medsafe-grants-provisional-approval-for-pfizer-boosters-targeting-omicron-variants [see PDF here][22 Dec 2022]1441st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022aa)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022aa, 31 December). Sir Ashley Bloomfield speaks on knighthood and unexpected fame from pandemic. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/481700/sir-ashley-bloomfield-speaks-on-knighthood-and-unexpected-fame-from-pandemic [see PDF here][31 Dec 2022]1441st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022bb)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022bb, 24 January). 'Don't go overboard, you don't need a trolley of toilet paper' - Countdown spokesperson. Retrieved 10 March 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/460079/don-t-go-overboard-you-don-t-need-a-trolley-of-toilet-paper-countdown-spokesperson [see PDF here][Quotation: Countdown director of corporate affairs, safety and sustainability]1451st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2022cc)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2022cc, 22 July). '24 hours shifts' - Aged Care sector staff shortages at crisis point. Retrieved 10 March 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/471406/24-hours-shifts-aged-care-sector-staff-shortages-at-crisis-point [see PDF here][Quotation: Aged Care Association]1541st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2023a)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2023a, 4 January). New Zealand will not impose entry restrictions on travellers from China. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/481906/new-zealand-will-not-impose-entry-restrictions-on-travellers-from-china [see PDF here][4 Jan 2023]1561st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2023b)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2023b, 9 January). Covid-19: XBB.1.5 variant detected in New Zealand. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/482139/covid-19-xbb-1-point-5-variant-detected-in-new-zealand [see PDF here][9 Jan 2023]1561st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2023c)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2023c, 11 January). Trial begins for combined Covid-19 and flu vaccine. Retrieved 8 February 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/482223/trial-begins-for-combined-covid-19-and-flu-vaccine [see PDF here][11 Jan 2023]1561st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2023d)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2023d, 10 March). Covid-19: High court finds vaccine mandate extension to care and support workers invalid. Retrieved 13 March 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/485714/covid-19-high-court-finds-vaccine-mandate-extension-to-care-and-support-workers-invalid [see PDF here][10 Mar 2023]1581st Edition (March 2023)
(RNZ, 2023e)Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2023e, 10 March). Covid 19: School protections ‘unacceptable’, science-led, whānau-centred response needed – researchers. New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 13 March 2023 from https://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-school-protections-unacceptable-science-led-whanau-centred-response-needed-researchers/56EBJ6D5PVBTXM52G5DJE26LQU/ [see PDF here][10 Mar 2023]
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(Robertson, G. & Parker, D., 2022)Robertson, G. & Parker, D. (2022, 21 February). New financial support for businesses affected by Omicron [press release]. Retrieved 15 March 2022 from https://www.beehive.govt.nz/release/new-financial-support-businesses-affected-omicron [see PDF here][21 Feb 2022]1251st Edition (March 2023)
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(Smart Talk, 2021)Smart Talk (2021, 19 September). Siouxsie Wiles on Covid-19, conspiracies and a life in science, at the 2021 NZ International Science Festival. Retrieved 10 March 2023 from https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/smart_talk/audio/2018812420/siouxsie-wiles-on-covid-19-conspiracies-and-a-life-in-science-at-the-2021-nz-international-science-festival [see PDF here][Quotation: Science communicator and 2021 New Zealander of the Year]1091st Edition (March 2023)
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[4 Mar 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Patterson, J., 2021)Patterson, J. (18 October 2021). Covid-19: Ministers look at 'traffic light' system for when vaccination rates higher. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/453750/covid-19-ministers-look-at-traffic-light-system-for-when-vaccination-rates-higher [see PDF here][18 Oct 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Rashedi, R. et al., 2022)Rashedi, R., Samieefar, N., Akhlaghdoust, M., Mashhadi, M., Darzi, P. & Rezaei, N. (March 14 2022) Delta Variant: The New Challenge of COVID-19 Pandemic, an Overview of Epidemiological, Clinical, and Immune Characteristics. Retrieved 20 March 2024 from www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8972886 [see PDF here]
[31 Mar 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Recbio, n.d.)Recbio (n.d.). ReCOV. Retrieved 15 February 2024 from www.recbio.cn/en/pipeline/pipeline/covid-19/recov [see PDF here][24 Jun 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Reuters, 2020)Reuters (21 January 2020). China confirms human-to-human transmission of new coronavirus: Xinhua. Retrieved 29 April 2024 from www.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN1ZJ1SB [see PDF here][15 Jan 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(RNZ, 2020) #1Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2 March 2020). New travel conditions for people arriving from coronavirus hotspots. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from
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[2 Mar 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(RNZ, 2020) #2Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (31 March 2020). Covid-19: Questions fired in first Epidemic Response Committee meeting. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/political/413008/covid-19-questions-fired-in-first-epidemic-response-committee-meeting [see PDF here]
[31 Mar 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(RNZ, 2021) #1Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (14 December 2021). Covid-19 misinformation probe: Three doctors suspended from practising. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/457915/covid-19-misinformation-probe-three-doctors-suspended-from-practising [see PDF here] [20 Jun 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(RNZ, 2021) #2Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (18 August 2021) Govt reveals new rules for mask use in level four. Retrieved 28 March 2024 from
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[18 Aug 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(RNZ, 2021) #3Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (21 December 2021). Waitangi Tribunal rules government Covid-19 response put Māori at risk. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from
www.rnz.co.nz/news/te-manu-korihi/458335/waitangi-tribunal-rules-government-covid-19-response-put-maori-at-risk [see PDF here]
[20 Dec 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Royal Commission of Inquiry COVID-19 lessons learned, 2024)Royal Commission of Inquiry COVID-19 lessons learned (26 March 2024). Nearly 13,000 pandemic stories shared with the COVID-19 Inquiry. Retrieved 29 April 2024 from www.covid19lessons.royalcommission.nz/news/13000-stories-received [see PDF here] [26 Mar 2024]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Simpson, H., et al., 2020)Simpson, H., Roche, B. & Hill, P. C. (28 September 2020). Report of Advisory Committee to Oversee the Implementation of the New Zealand Covid-19 Surveillance Plan and Testing Strategy, p. 4. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from www.nzdoctor.co.nz/sites/default/files/2021-04/Final_Report-of-Advisory-Committee-to-Oversee-the-Implementation-of-the-...%281%29.pdf [see PDF here][17 Dec 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Sowman-Lund, S., 2021) #1Sowman-Lund, S. (3 June 2021) Live updates, June 3: Melbourne Covid-19 cluster grows; NZ travel pause extended. The Spinoff. Retrieved 28 March 2024 from thespinoff.co.nz/politics/03-06-2021/live-updates-june-3-criticism-after-government-mps-block-covid-19-scrutiny-once-again [see PDF here][8 Jun 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Sowman-Lund, S., 2021) #2Sowman-Lund, S. (9 July 2021). Live updates, July 9: Green zone flights from Sydney canned after rise in Covid cases (12.45pm: ‘Scanning protects what we love’ – new Covid Tracer ad drops). The Spinoff. Retrieved 20 March 2024 from
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[9 Jul 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(SPHAG, 2021) #1Strategic COVID-19 Public Health Advisory Group (SPHAG) (24 June 2021) Strategic COVID-19 Public Health Advisory Group: Phased Re-opening of Borders, p. 8. Retrieved 28 March 2024 from
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[24 Jun 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(SPHAG, 2021) #2Strategic COVID-19 Public Health Advisory Group (SPHAG) (8 October 2021). Strategy for a Highly Vaccinated New Zealand, p. 1. Retrieved 8 April 2024 from
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[4 Oct 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(SPHAG, 2021) #3Strategic COVID-19 Public Health Advisory Group (SPHAG) (15 December 2021). The COVID-19 Pandemic: Prospects for 2022 (Letter to Minister), pp. 8–9. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from
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[15 Dec 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(SPHAG, 2022) #1Strategic COVID-19 Public Health Advisory Group (SPHAG) (27 February 2022). Relaxation of Border Restrictions. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from
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[27 Feb 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(SPHAG, 2022) #2Strategic COVID-19 Public Health Advisory Group (SPHAG) (13 March 2022). Vaccine mandates, pp 5-6. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from
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[13 Mar 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Tahana, J., 2021)Tahana, J. (21 December 2021). Details from Waitangi Tribunal report on gover[n]ment’s Covid-19 response. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from
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[20 Dec 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(The Treasury, 2021)The Treasury. (2021). Vote Health - Vol 6 Health Sector - The Estimates of Appropriations 2021/22 - Budget 2021, p. 6, 109, 133, 141. Retrieved 19 March 2024 from
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[20 May 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(The Treasury, 2023)The Treasury (13 June 2023). Overview of the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Fund (CRRF). Retrieved 222 February 2024 from www.treasury.govt.nz/information-and-services/nz-economy/covid-19-economic-response/overview-covid-19-response-and-recovery-fund-crrf [see PDF here][14 May 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Travel Trade, n.d.)Travel Trade (n.d.) New Zealand introduces new online Traveller Declaration. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from traveltrade.newzealand.com/news/new-zealand-introduces-new-online-traveller-declaration [see PDF here]
[31 Mar 2022]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Twyford, P., 2020)Twyford, P. (19 March 2020). Govt announces aviation relief package. Retrieved 18 March 2024 from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/govt-announces-aviation-relief-package [see PDF here][19 Mar 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Twyford, P., n.d.)Twyford, P. (n.d.). Temporary extension of expired driver licences and vehicle certification documents during COVID-19 lockdown period.
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[10 Apr 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Van Velden, B., 2024) Van Velden, B. (25 March 2024). COVID-19 inquiry attracts 11,000 submissions [press release]. Retrieved 29 April 2024 from www.beehive.govt.nz/release/covid-19-inquiry-attracts-11000-submissions [see PDF here] [27 Nov 2023; 26 Mar 2024]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Verrall, A., 2021)Verrall, A. (2021). COVID-19 Public Health Response (Exemption for Quarantine-free Travel) Notice (No 3) 2021, pp. 1-2. New Zealand Gazette. Retrieved 20 March 2024 from
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[23 Apr 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Waitangi Tribunal, 2021)The Waitangi Tribunal (2021). Haumaru: The Covid-19 Priority Report: Pre-Publication Version. Retrieved 9 April 2024 from www.waitangitribunal.govt.nz/assets/Covid-Priority-W.pdf [see PDF here][20 Dec 2021]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(WHO, 2020) #1World Health Organization (WHO) [@WHO] (15 January 2020). Preliminary investigations conducted by the Chinese authorities have found no clear evidence of human-to-human transmission of the novel #coronavirus (2019-nCoV) identified in #Wuhan, #China [tweet]. Twitter. Retrieved 29 April 2024 from twitter.com/WHO/status/1217043229427761152 [see PDF here][15 Jan 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(WHO, 2020) #2World Health Organization (WHO) (2 April 2020). Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) Situation Report 73. Retrieved 28 March 2024 from iris.who.int/bitstream/handle/10665/331686/nCoVsitrep02Apr2020eng.pdf?sequence=1 [see PDF here][Jul 2020]2nd Edition (April 2024)April batch
(Nelson, G., 2023)Nelson, G. (13 June 2023). $10billion of wage subsidies overpaid or wrongly retained – Demand MSD get your money back. Change.org. Retrieved 31 January 2024 from www.change.org/p/10billion-of-wage-subsidies-overpaid-or-wrongly-retained-demand-msd-get-your-money-back [see PDF here]  [13 Jun  2023]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(New Health New Zealand Ltd v The Minister For COVID-19 Response, 2023)New Health New Zealand Ltd v The Minister For COVID-19 Response [2023] NZHC 2647 [see PDF here][26 Sep 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(NZ Herald, 2021)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (12 October 2021). Covid 19 Delta outbreak: KFC giving away free food to those who get vaccinated. Retrieved 2 May 2024 from
www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/covid-19-delta-outbreak-kfc-giving-away-free-food-to-those-who-get-vaccinated/RSLDL3DRM55BFD4NAYJALA44B4 [see PDF here]
[12 Oct 2021]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 4
(NZ Herald, 2024)New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald) (3 April 2024). No certain cause of healthy teen’s death after Covid vaccine, coroner rules. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/no-certain-cause-of-healthy-teens-death-after-covid-vaccine-coroner-rules/7XWZDY7CMNGOJCI4E54JMVKFEI [see PDF here][28 Oct 2021]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 4
(NZ Initiative, 2022)NZ Initiative (July 2022). How Central Bank Mistakes After 2019 Led to Inflation. Retrieved 1 May 2024 from www.nzinitiative.org.nz/reports-and-media/reports/how-central-bank-mistakes-after-2019-led-to-inflation/document/785 [see PDF here][Jul 2022]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 3
(NZDF, 2024)New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) (20 February 2024). Update on recent Court of Appeal ruling. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.nzdf.mil.nz/media-centre/news/update-on-recent-court-of-appeal-ruling [see PDF here][16 Feb 2024]
2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 3
(Olley, S., 2023)Olley, S. (25 March 2023). Negative excess mortality sign NZ got it right with Covid-19 response - Sir Ashley Bloomfield. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 31 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/486666/negative-excess-mortality-sign-nz-got-it-right-with-covid-19-response-sir-ashley-bloomfield [see PDF here][6 Oct 2023]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(Pearse, A., 2023)Pearse, A. (27 June 2023). Unused Covid tests worth almost $160m could be wasted, Health Minister wants solution found. New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 16 November 2023 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/politics/unused-covid-tests-worth-almost-160m-could-be-wasted-health-minister-wants-solution-found/47PXEJ7HBFGANMIRD6XKTSBXZU [see PDF here]  [27 Jun 2023]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(Pharmac, 2023) #1Pharmac (14 December 2023). Paxlovid (Nirmatrelvir with ritonavir): Supply issue. Retrieved 15 December 2023 from
web.archive.org/web/20231215044425/https://pharmac.govt.nz/medicine-funding-and-supply/medicine-notices/paxlovid [see PDF here]
[15 Dec 2023]
2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2C
(Pharmac, 2023) #2Pharmac (20 December 2023). Future supply of new COVID-19 vaccines confirmed [press release]. Retrieved 8 February 2024 from pharmac.govt.nz/news-and-resources/news/future-supply-of-new-covid-19-vaccines-confirmed?subject=4&page=1 [see PDF here][20 Dec  2023]
2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2C
(Pharmac, 2024)Pharmac (5 January 2024). Paxlovid (Nirmatrelvir with ritonavir): Supply issue resolved. Retrieved 5 February 2024 from pharmac.govt.nz/medicine-funding-and-supply/medicine-notices/paxlovid [see PDF here][15 Dec 2023]
2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2C
(Powell, I., 2023)Powell, I. (21 February 2023). Cumulative pandemic deaths: a graph more effective than 1,000 words. New Zealand Doctor. Retrieved 31 January 2024 from
www.nzdoctor.co.nz/article/undoctored/cumulative-pandemic-deaths-graph-more-effective-1000-words [see PDF here]
[6 Oct 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(RBNZ, 2022)Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) (10 November 2022). In Retrospect: Monetary Policy in New Zealand 2017-22, p. 11. Retrieved 8 May 2024 from
www.rbnz.govt.nz/-/media/project/sites/rbnz/files/publications/monetary-policy-statements/2022/rafimp---in-retrospect-monetary-policy-in-new-zealand-2017-22.pdf [see PDF here]
[10 Nov 2022]

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(Reti, S., 2024)Reti, S. (31 January 2024). Additional supplies of free Rapid Antigen Tests until June [press release]. Retrieved 8 February 2024 from
www.beehive.govt.nz/release/additional-supplies-free-rapid-antigen-tests-until-june [see PDF here]
[31 Jan  2024] 

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2C
(RNZ, 2020) #3Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (22 March 2020). Covid-19: GPs to consult patients online, over the phone. Retrieved 27 February 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/412326/covid-19-gps-to-consult-patients-online-over-the-phone [see PDF here][22 Mar 2020]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 3
(RNZ, 2023) #1Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (23 February 2023). New bivalent Covid-19 vaccine booster to be available to over-30s. Retrieved 31 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/484724/new-bivalent-covid-19-vaccine-booster-to-be-available-to-over-30s [see PDF here][1 Apr  2023 ]
2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(RNZ, 2023) #2Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (12 April 2023). Covid-19: Opposition parties criticise retention of isolation period. Retrieved 31 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/487764/covid-19-opposition-parties-criticise-retention-of-isolation-period [see PDF here][11 Apr 2023 ]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(RNZ, 2023) #3Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (6 May 2023). Covid global health emergency is over, WHO says. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from
www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/489370/covid-global-health-emergency-is-over-who-says [see PDF here] 
[5 May 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(RNZ, 2023) #4Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (2 July 2023). Millionaire couple campaign for ministry to claw back Covid-19 wage subsidies. Retrieved 31 January 2024 from  www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/493033/millionaire-couple-campaign-for-ministry-to-claw-back-covid-19-wage-subsidies [see PDF here]  [13 Jun  2023]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(RNZ, 2023) #5Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (22 June 2023). Covid-19 pandemic still hurting students' grades, Education Review Office report says. Retrieved 31 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/492413/covid-19-pandemic-still-hurting-students-grades-education-review-office-report-says [see PDF here][22 Jun  2023]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(RNZ, 2023) #6Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (15 August 2023). Covid-19 mandates end: GP group says some mask-wearing, self-isolation still important. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/495820/covid-19-mandates-end-gp-group-says-some-mask-wearing-self-isolation-still-important [see PDF here] 
[15 Aug  2023]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(RNZ, 2023) #7Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (12 October 2023). Nurse who shared Covid-19 vaccine misinformation will be allowed to practice again. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/500014/nurse-who-shared-covid-19-vaccine-misinformation-will-be-allowed-to-practice-again [see PDF here]  [7 Sep 2023]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(RNZ, 2023) #8Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (24 September 2023). New Covid vaccines may arrive too late for latest variant. Retrieved 1 May 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/national/498646/new-covid-vaccines-may-arrive-too-late-for-latest-variant [see PDF here][24 Sep 2023]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 3
(RNZ, 2023) #9Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (16 November 2023). NZ needs centre for disease control, experts say. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/502520/nz-needs-centre-for-disease-control-experts-say [see PDF here]  [16 Nov  2023]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(RNZ, 2024) #1Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (5 May 2024). How the fight against Covid became a war between each other: Stuart McKenzie and Dame Miranda Harcourt. Retrieved 8 May 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/culture-101/audio/2018936826/how-the-fight-against-covid-became-a-war-between-each-other-stuart-mckenzie-and-dame-miranda-harcourt [see PDF here][20 Apr 2021]
[18 May 2024]
2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(RNZ, 2024) #2Radio New Zealand (RNZ) (3 April 2024). Impossible to tell if boy died from Covid-19 vaccine or a virus, says coroner. Stuff. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from www.stuff.co.nz/nz-news/350232881/impossible-tell-if-boy-died-covid-19-vaccine-or-virus-says-coroner [see PDF here][28 Oct 2021]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 4
(Sargent, A., 2023)Sargent, A. (19 August 2023). Education sector says international students flooding back into country. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/news/covid-19/496168/education-sector-says-international-students-flooding-back-into-country [see PDF here][19 Aug 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 4
(Silverstripe, n.d.)Silverstripe (n.d.). Supporting New Zealanders access to information during a global pandemic. Retrieved 30 April 2024 from www.silverstripe.com/our-work/unite-against-covid-19 [see PDF here][Sep 2021]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 3
(Sommerville, T., 2023)Sommerville, T. (4 November 2023). Quarter of a billion dollars in expired Covid-19 equipment to be dumped by Government. Stuff. Retrieved 8 February 2024 from www.stuff.co.nz/national/health/133229212/quarter-of-a-billion-dollars-in-expired-covid19-equipment-to-be-dumped-by--government [see PDF here]  [4 Nov 2023]

2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(Starkman, E. & Mitchell, K., 2023)Starkman, E. & Mitchell, K. (19 December 2023). COVID Prevention. WebMD. Retrieved 14 May 2023 from www.webmd.com/covid/coronavirus-transmission-overview [see PDF here][Chapter 2]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(Stewart, S., 2021)Stewart, S. (21 April 2021). 'Transmission' brings together talented cast to present our lockdown story. Stuff. Retrieved 3 May 2024 from
www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/stage-and-theatre/300282652/transmission-brings-together-talented-cast-to-present-our-lockdown-story [see PDF here]
[20 Apr 2021]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Summers, J. et al., 2020)Summers, J., Cheng, H. Y., Lin, H. H., Barnard L. T., Kvalsvig, A., Wilson, N. & Baker, M. G. (November 2020). Potential lessons from the Taiwan and New Zealand health responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Lancet Regional Health –Western Pacific, 4(100044). Retrieved 3 May 2024 from
www.thelancet.com/journals/lanwpc/article/PIIS2666-6065(20)30044-4/fulltext [see PDF here]
[1 Nov 2020]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2A
(Summers, J. et al., 2023)Summers, J., Kvalsvig, A., Barnard, L. T., Bennett, J., Harwood, M., Wilson, N. & Baker, M. G. (September 2023). Improvements and Persisting Challenges in COVID-19 Response Compared with 1918–19 Influenza Pandemic Response, New Zealand (Aotearoa). Emerging Infectious Diseases, 29(9), 1827–1836. Retrieved 16 May 2024 from
wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/29/9/22-1265_article [see PDF here]

[29 Sep 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(Sunday Morning, 2023) Sunday Morning (17 September 2023). Lisa Sanders on Long Covid: 'For many people, it's been a terrible journey'. Radio New Zealand. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/sunday/audio/2018907250/lisa-sanders-on-long-covid-for-many-people-it-s-been-a-terrible-journey [see PDF here]  [Sep 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(Tan, L., 2023)Tan, L. (6 March 2023). More than 26,000 still waiting for their Resident Visas, immigration lawyer says delay ‘unacceptable.’ New Zealand Herald (NZ Herald). Retrieved 6 May 2024 from www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/more-than-26000-still-waiting-for-their-2021-resident-visas-immigration-lawyer-says-delay-unacceptable/FJQWNJ3I7FDEJEQPQAULFRG6WM [see PDF here][6 Mar 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 4
(Tenforde, M. W. & Link-Gelles, R., 2023)Tenforde, M. W. & Link-Gelles, R. (May 2023). Reduction in COVID-19-related mortality over time but disparities across population subgroups. Lancet Public Health, 8(5), e327–e328. Retrieved 14 May 2024 from www.thelancet.com/journals/lanpub/article/PIIS2468-2667(23)00078-6/fulltext [see PDF here][Chapter 2]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(The Integrity Institute, n.d.)The Integrity Institute (n.d.). $10,000,000,000 Overpaid to Businesses. Retrieved 31 January 2024 from theintegrityinstitute.org.nz/10000000000-overpaid-to-businesses [see PDF here] 
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(The Post, 2023)The Post (26 September 2023). Mask mandates were OK in changing Covid-19 times, judge says. Retrieved 6 May 2024 from
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[26 Sep 2023]2nd Edition (May 2024)May Batch 2B
(The Treasury, 2022)The Treasury (21 December 2022). Modelling Governance Group (OIA-20210519). Retrieved 30 April 2024 from www.treasury.govt.nz/publications/oia-response/modelling-governance-group-oia-20210519 [see PDF here][22 Feb 2021]

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(University of Otago, 2023)  University of Otago (6 October 2023). Minimising harms from COVID19 and other respiratory infections [media release]. Retrieved 30 January 2024 from www.otago.ac.nz/news/news/releases/minimising-harms-from-covid19-and-other-respiratory-infections [see PDF here]  [6 Oct 2023]

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