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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Health & Safety articles  Health & Safety
    Covid is coming -- but we're being reassured most of us will get through it OK
     15 October 2021
    Covid is coming -- but we're being reassured most of us will get through it OK
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    A health systems expert says our hospitals will survive a surge in Covid cases -- but a price will be paid by the public
    14 Oct: A health systems expert says our hospitals will survive a surge in Covid cases -- but a price will be paid by the public... more
    A change in how the health system deals with Covid-19 cases, hinges on vaccinations
    14 Oct: A change in how the health system deals with Covid-19 cases, hinges on vaccinations... more
    It's estimated our breast-screening programme has been pushed back 10 years because of the lack of mammograms being done since Covid-19 hit our shores
    14 Oct: It's estimated our breast-screening programme has been pushed back 10 years because of the lack of mammograms being done since Covid-19 hit our shores... more
    Lebanon's 'Generator Mafia' keep the lights on for a price. Without them, the country falls further into darkness
    13 Oct: Years of corruption and warlord rule has seen Lebanon slowly sink into economic collapse. But who keeps the wi-fi going and the hospital lights on when the government can't? Enter 'Generator Mafia'.... more
    We need to continue working towards high vaccination goals
    13 Oct: We need to continue working towards high vaccination goals... more
    The consequences of any premature changes to border restrictions would be dire
    13 Oct: The consequences of any premature changes to border restrictions would be dire... more
    Most teachers are expected to be on board with mandatory vaccinations
    12 Oct: Most teachers are expected to be on board with mandatory vaccinations... more
    The level of anti-vax sentiment in health professionals is thought to be about the same as the general population
    12 Oct: The level of anti-vax sentiment in health professionals is thought to be about the same as the general population... more
    Dunedin's still holding the strongest Covid vaccination rate in the country
    12 Oct: Dunedin's still holding the strongest Covid vaccination rate in the country... more

     Most Popular Recent Health & Safety News
     18 Sep: A stern call for secondary school students to get vaccinated against the meningococcal disease ++++++++++++++
     05 Oct: An Auckland principal is backing mandatory vaccines for teachers +++++++++++++
     07 Oct: Dunedin is now the most Covid-immunised place in the country ++++++++++
     19 Sep: The Ministry of Health has this evening declared 3 new Covid-19 cases ++++++++
     30 Sep: Wastewater sample results taken in Tauranga and Mount Maunganui are expected today ++++++++
     04 Oct: Meanwhile, movement's being restricted at Auckland City Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - after a parent of a baby in the unit tested positive for Covid yesterday +++++++
     01 Oct: Two Auckland vaccination centres have closed +++++++


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