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NZ could have the Herd Immunity of Sweden without the casualties – Dr David Katz

Dr David Katz – Covid-19 Science and Policy Symposium, 17 August 2020

Dr David Katz (Medical Doctor and Preventive Medicine Specialist, New York) speaks about Covid-19 in New York and a harm minimisation approach to Covid-19 management.

To see more, visit: www.covidplanb.co.nz – New Zealand has been one of the countries least impacted by Covid19.

Following the lockdown, life was able to return to normal in contrast to the rest of the world – although our border remained closed. What does New Zealand do now? Are we still intent on elimination? If so, do we wait until a vaccine is available? What conditions would necessitate a new lockdown?

What are the alternative measures? What is the latest data on the threat of the virus? If the case rate remains tolerable here and/or overseas, when and how do we open the border? The COVID-19 Symposium, featuring international and local health experts, will lay out the most recent data and discuss options.

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