December 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to my December Newsletter,

As the year comes to an end, I wish to thank all those New Zealanders who have worked so hard to get us through what will hopefully be the worst of our encounters with COVID-19.

Thank you to the 90% (plus) New Zealanders who responded to the call to vaccinate. Your support of the Government’s plan has enabled us to move into the COVID Protection Framework and return to some normality.

I wish to thank all those New Zealanders tirelessly working at the coalface. Healthcare workers, police, army, teachers, supermarket staff, border workers, and so many others; you are all New  Zealander’s of the year!

A big thank you to the business owners around the country who have faced challenges they could never have predicted. You have stuck with it and realigned as you have needed. Thank you also for the support you have given your staff. 2022 will reward your resilience and tenacity.

To the decision-makers and advisors, thank you for your tireless contribution. You face ongoing scrutiny from the media, social media experts, self-appointed experts, and many others. Achieving a positive and manageable health outcome for New Zealand while clearing a path to move forward is an ongoing challenge. Thank you!

May 2022 be a year of positivity, unity, enjoyment, good health and success for all New Zealanders and our great little country.

Wishing you all the very best,


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