Communities from some of the smallest countries in the world have joined forces to help New Zealand reach a 90% vaccination target by Christmas, Stuff reports. Auckland’s Tuvaluan, Kiribati and Tokelauan communities started a two-day drive-through vaccination event in Te Atatū South on Wednesday. Tevita Funaki, the chief executive of Fono Health, Auckland’s largest Pacific healthcare provider, said it was critical for Pasifika communities to get their vaccination rates up. “We have seen how infectious this Delta variant is and more than 50% of the current cases are Pasifika. We need to keep our numbers up, especially for our younger people.”