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  • 350,000 More Measles Vaccines for Massive Immunisation Campaign

    The Government is stepping up the fight against measles and protecting hundreds of thousands more young adults by investing up to $40 million for a year-long measles-catch-up campaign and $23 million to fully fund and develop the National Immunisation Solution, Associate Minister of Health Julie Anne Genter announced at Mangere College today.
  • New Algorithm Charter a world-first

    This Government has today become the first in the world to outline a set of standards to guide the use of algorithms by public agencies. The Minister for Statistics, James Shaw, today launched the Algorithm Charter for Aotearoa New Zealand to give New Zealanders confidence that data is being used safely and effectively across government.
  • Biggest cash-injection for Family Planning in a decade

    “Today I am pleased to announce funding to  help Family Planning New Zealand address long wait times, and help hire more staff in their call centres and clinics, so that New Zealanders can get the sexual health information and clinical services they need,” Associate Minister of Health Julie Anne Genter said.