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The next phase in Aotearoa New Zealand’s COVID-19 response: a tight suppression strategy may be the best option

Michael G Baker, Amanda Kvalsvig, Sue Crengle, Matire Harwood, Collin Tukuitonga, Bryan Betty, John Bonning, Nick Wilson

First published in: 2021 Nov 26; 134(1546)

On Tuesday 30 November and Monday 6 December (respectively), two corrections were applied to this manuscript:

  • “August 17 2001” was changed to “August 17 2021” (page 10)
  • Figure 2 was updated

He Pikinga Waiora Kimi Ora lifestyle programme: case study of a successful community-based Indigenous diabetes intervention

Bridgette Masters-Awatere, Shemana Cassim, Jade Tamatea, Nina Scott, Chae Simpson, Cherie Paekau

First published in: 2021 Nov 12; 134(1545)

On Monday 6 December, one correction was applied to this manuscript:

  • An acknowledgement of funding from the Healthier Lives National Challenge was added

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The next phase in Aotearoa New Zealand’s COVID-19 response: a tight suppression strategy may be the best option

Michael G Baker, Amanda Kvalsvig, Sue Crengle, Matire Harwood, Collin Tukuitonga, Bryan Betty, John Bonning, Nick Wilson

First published in: 2021 Nov 26; 134(1546)

On Tuesday 30 November and Monday 6 December (respectively), two corrections were applied to this manuscript:

  • “August 17 2001” was changed to “August 17 2021” (page 10)
  • Figure 2 was updated

He Pikinga Waiora Kimi Ora lifestyle programme: case study of a successful community-based Indigenous diabetes intervention

Bridgette Masters-Awatere, Shemana Cassim, Jade Tamatea, Nina Scott, Chae Simpson, Cherie Paekau

First published in: 2021 Nov 12; 134(1545)

On Monday 6 December, one correction was applied to this manuscript:

  • An acknowledgement of funding from the Healthier Lives National Challenge was added

Summary

Abstract

Aim

Method

Results

Conclusion

Author Information

Acknowledgements

Correspondence

Correspondence Email

Competing Interests

For the PDF of this article,
contact nzmj@nzma.org.nz

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The next phase in Aotearoa New Zealand’s COVID-19 response: a tight suppression strategy may be the best option

Michael G Baker, Amanda Kvalsvig, Sue Crengle, Matire Harwood, Collin Tukuitonga, Bryan Betty, John Bonning, Nick Wilson

First published in: 2021 Nov 26; 134(1546)

On Tuesday 30 November and Monday 6 December (respectively), two corrections were applied to this manuscript:

  • “August 17 2001” was changed to “August 17 2021” (page 10)
  • Figure 2 was updated

He Pikinga Waiora Kimi Ora lifestyle programme: case study of a successful community-based Indigenous diabetes intervention

Bridgette Masters-Awatere, Shemana Cassim, Jade Tamatea, Nina Scott, Chae Simpson, Cherie Paekau

First published in: 2021 Nov 12; 134(1545)

On Monday 6 December, one correction was applied to this manuscript:

  • An acknowledgement of funding from the Healthier Lives National Challenge was added

Summary

Abstract

Aim

Method

Results

Conclusion

Author Information

Acknowledgements

Correspondence

Correspondence Email

Competing Interests

Contact diana@nzma.org.nz
for the PDF of this article

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