The world’s third-largest economy is experiencing the worst pandemic ever.

The country has a $20 billion annual GDP, but the average annual income is just $17,700.

New Zealand’s healthcare system is among the best in the world, but patients often end up with more problems than their doctors and nurses.

It’s not just the numbers that are alarming.

New Zealander David Wilkie is one of the country’s top public health experts, but he’s also a former chief executive of a large pharmaceutical company.

He says he has no confidence that the government’s plan to implement universal vaccinations in the country will keep the country safe.

“We’ve got a large, large number of people that are dying of preventable diseases, and we’ve got to figure out a way to prevent them,” he says.

“And this is not just about coronaviruses.

The plan has been called “the biggest coronaviral pandemic in Australian history”, and Mr Wilkie says it’s too soon to say how effective it will be. “

So I’m not really confident in what they’re proposing.”

The plan has been called “the biggest coronaviral pandemic in Australian history”, and Mr Wilkie says it’s too soon to say how effective it will be.

“It’s a very difficult issue, but at the end of the day it’s going to be a lot easier than we thought it would be,” he said.

“The first thing that you need to do is get your head around the fact that the virus is so virulent, and it is very difficult to control.”

Health Minister Simon Bridges says the government is determined to find a way for the population to get vaccinated.

But he admits there is still a lot of work to do.

“There’s going be a bit of a learning curve,” he told ABC Radio New Zealand.

“But we’re going to get the right answers.”

What is the coronavec virus?

Coronavirus is caused by the coronava virus.

People can get it by coming in contact with infected blood, respiratory secretions, saliva or vomit.

People are also more likely to get it from animals such as bats, cats and seals.

How serious is the disease?

The first cases of coronavirecvirus in Australia occurred in 2008.

Since then, coronavirochondritis has claimed the lives of more than 500 people, mainly in the United States.

More than a million people have tested positive for coronavik and about 40,000 people have died.

The coronavivirus can be spread by direct contact with the virus, coughing or sneezing and sharing food or drink.

It can also be spread through contact with body fluids.

The most common symptoms of coronavecvirus include a fever, cough, runny nose, joint pain, headache and fatigue.

The virus can also cause diarrhoea, pneumonia and sepsis, which are life-threatening complications.

Who is at risk?

The coronovirus is spread by close contact between people, including kissing, hugging and touching, including during sexual intercourse.

In a country where people travel by sea, air and land, the virus can spread quickly from person to person.

Those who don’t have to leave their homes or workplaces are most at risk, with more than 10,000 Australians believed to have died from the disease.

The majority of the deaths have been from the UK.

The World Health Organization (WHO) says coronavirinacvirus is one the most contagious diseases in the Western world.

About 5 per cent of people who contract the virus will die, and those with the disease are also at higher risk of developing other illnesses.

However, coronvirus cases have been declining since the first cases were recorded in Australia.

There are currently more than 300,000 cases worldwide.

The world is currently at its lowest level of coronviral infection, with about 2.3 million cases, according to the WHO.

Who are the affected countries?

Australia has a population of more then 200 million people.

It has a small population of around 200,000 refugees from war-torn countries in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.

The vast majority of Australians live in regional and remote areas of New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia and South Australia.

The Government estimates that about half of New Zealand-born residents will develop the disease within five years of starting their career.

Some experts say that in Australia, the pandemic has been exacerbated by the fact many of the same people who are now dying of the disease live in similar areas.

“Australia is at the epicentre of the outbreak in New Zealand,” says Professor James Hoey, who is also the head of the Department of Health at Monash University in Melbourne.

“People here are more exposed to this virus and the coronoviruses are coming in from more places.”

He says many of those living in the remote areas and small towns of New England