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The National Party Health spokesperson Michael Woodhouse says the Government’s approach to the coronavirus has been patchy, poor and slow; and New Zealand First MP Shane Jones is not backing down from his comments about Pania Newton, one of the protest leaders at Ihumatao.
1.Director-General of Health Ashley Bloomfield says Queenstown medical staff are following up on a suspected case of coronavirus. 15 Chinese cities are now in lock down because of the
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