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New Zealand has done brilliantly as a country during the Covid-19 crisis. The sense of togetherness, solidarity and willingness to help others has been both inspiring and humbling. Luckily, our government acted swiftly and strongly, and while this has reaped outstanding results for public health and safety and eliminating the virus, this has caused businesses small and large to suffer, especially in the short term.

As restrictions loosen, it’s time to

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