Health Minister David Clark told Q+A with Jack Tame that the Government has enough protective equipment for all health workers.
Professor Shaun Hendy, who is leading a team that’s modelling the spread of COVID-19, says people should prepare themselves for the possibility of a longer lockdown.
The head of NZ’s biggest listed tourism company says the shutdown is devastating for tourism but could provide a reset for a more sustainable future.
Guardian US weekend editor Martin Pengelly told Q+A that the COVID-19 crisis in the US is very bleak and the worst is yet to come.
Q+A spends the first few days of the shutdown in Masterton as people prepare for the level 4 lockdown.
Dr Margaret Harris says the disease in New Zealand is still in early stages.
Dr Helen Petousis-Harris told TVNZ’1 Q+A about the race for a Covid-19 vaccine.
On Q+A today Finance Minister Grant Robertson addressed critics who are calling for the Government to shut down schools and businesses to stop the spread of COVID-19
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