The New Zealand Herald has written an in-depth article questioning what is going to happen next after two years of COVID in Aotearoa New Zealand. Speaking to the Herald, Juliet said she had faith we would come through this crisis just as strongly as before.

We’ve won extra precious time to prepare by having border restrictions. As well as strengthening our public health systems, we have used detailed intelligence from whole genome sequencing and understood the range of possible scenarios we face with modelling.

Read the Herald article here: Two years of Covid in NZ – the wins, the losses and what comes next