Vaccine mandate protesters gather in Hamilton

Vaccine mandate protesters gather in Hamilton

A small group of what appear to be vaccine mandate protesters has gathered ahead of one of Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern's planned visits in the Waikato region. Video / NZ Herald

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