New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced that her country will abandon the “zero corona” strategy and move to coexistence with the virus, to become the latest country to abandon attempts to eliminate Corona.
Ardern acknowledged the difficulty of controlling the spread of the virus, explaining that although the government was able to deal largely with the disease, the recent outbreak caused by the “Delta” strain had made reaching “zero infections very difficult.”
She pointed out that the long periods of strict restrictions were not able to adequately limit the spread of the pandemic, noting that “the transition to the stage of coexistence with the virus was a step that New Zealand would resort to over time … but the delta mutate accelerated this matter.”
She noted the need to vaccinate more people and that this includes many age groups, stressing that New Zealanders will be required to submit vaccine certificates to allow them to attend mass events and events such as music festivals, starting next month.
She stressed that she has no regrets about implementing New Zealand’s strategy to make it Corona-free over the past 18 months because it has saved lives.
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