Posts tagged with: coronavirus

On Monday, 11th of May, cabinet will meet to decide whether New Zealand eases lock down restrictions and moves down to Level 2, in 48 hours. In all probability, the low number of new daily cases that we have seen...
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In the middle of the four week Level 4 lockdown, I, like everyone else around New Zealand, have had to confront the element of time in this new but temporary reality. I work at home as it is, so work...
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It’s day one of the four week, Level 4 lockdown and all Kiwis, except for those in essential services are at home. Together, we have been given the best chance to combat and defeat Covid-19, as it passes through every...
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For the first time we are witnessing a truly unique event that is affecting the whole world – a pandemic that is incredibly infectious and has altered the way that human beings conduct their lives, business and behaviour. Like other...
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For the past few months the dominant global conversation has been about the coronavirus (Covid-19), and while cool, rational, and informed heads should prevail to provide responses and strategies, the absolute opposite is true. Depending on what you read, or...
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