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Low vaccination and immunity rates mean NZ faces a harsh whooping cough winter – what needs to happen

By Helen Petousis-Harris, Associate Professor Primary Health, University of Auckland
Hannah Chisholm, Epidemiologist, University of Auckland
One in three infants is not immunised against pertussis. For Māori babies, more than half are at risk from the potentially deadly infection. But there are relatively simple things we can do.The Conversation

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