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Covid 19 coronavirus: What you need to know about today's vaccine announcement

New Zealand Herald Monday, 12 October 2020 ()
Covid 19 coronavirus: What you need to know about today's vaccine announcementThe Government today announced its first Covid-19 vaccine purchase agreement. What does that mean? Science reporter Jamie Morton explains. What's been announced? A deal that would get New Zealand about 1.5 million Covid-19...
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