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Afternoon roundup

The afternoon's closing of the browser tabs:Tons of port workers have been avoiding getting vaccinated. In principle this should have been simple: have public health nurses drive out to the sites and administer it. But it's not been compulsory, antivax stuff has been influential among those workers, and they're probably (and rightly) pissed off with the regular nasal swab test requirements that could have been replaced by saliva testing over seven months ago - which would feed into a strong 'not gonna do whatcha told me' attitude. More results are out on the effectiveness of the Illinois protocol saliva tests - the one that the government doesn't want to use. And, just for fun, a plague ship berthed at Taranaki, where port worker vaccination rates are low. Let's hope we keep getting

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