There are concerns the country’s first ever mass vaccination event did not attract vulnerable and vaccine-hesitant groups, RNZ reports. More than 15,000 people were vaccinated over three days in Manukau, in what has been lauded as a success. But South Auckland GP and chairperson of the Pasifika GP network, Dr Api Talemaitoga, and Emeritus Professor of Medicine, Des Gorman, agree there is a large group of vulnerable people who still lagged in vaccination numbers, such as Māori and Pasifika.
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