Must-know numbers this week: Vaccines, mink, taxes and kiwi fraud

Amid the collective hangover from the United States presidential election and the continuing coronavirus pandemic, it can be easy to get lost in this week’s non-stop news cycle.

That’s why we’re rounding up the must-know numbers each week to keep you informed and up-to-date on major business and economic stories as well as the ones you might have missed.

Amid the collective hangover from the United States presidential election and the continuing coronavirus pandemic, it can be easy to get lost in this week’s non-stop news cycle.

That’s why we’re rounding up the must-know numbers each week to keep you informed and up-to-date on major business and economic stories as well as the ones you might have missed.

“It’s lucky we spotted this little kiwi trying to sneak in an extra 1,500 votes under the cover of darkness!” Bird of the Year spokesperson Laura Keown said. “But they’ll have to play by the rules like all of the other birds to win the competition.”

In response to the suspicious ballots, which were cast online in the middle of the night and caught by a data science firm, kiwi pukupuku campaign manager Emma Rawson said, “Voter fraud is not the kiwi way.”

Legitimate bird voters have until Monday to cast their ballots. May the best bird win.

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