You can view a range of publications and research documents here.
This study, funded by Manatū Hauora | Ministry of Health, began in August 2021, seeking to understand the experiences of people in Aotearoa who had contracted COVID-19 at some point before December 2021. Our aim was to investigate the short and longer-term impacts of the virus on the health and wellbeing of individuals, whānau and families, focusing particularly on key subgroups: Māori; Pacific Peoples; people with disabilities (including Long COVID); and people who developed COVID-19 through their employment. The outcomes of the study will be used to advise health officials in their ongoing response to the pandemic.
We are excited to share the research findings and recommendations of ‘Ngā Kawekawe o Mate Korona | Impacts of COVID-19 in Aotearoa’ study with you.
Read our Publications
Executive Summary – Ngā Kawakawe o Mate Korona
Technical report – Ngā Kawekawe o Mate Korona
Presentation – Introduction to the study
Presentation – Te Tangata Whenua findings
Presentation – Pasifika findings
Presentation – Long COVID findings