Supporting Whānau with COVID-19

March 9, 2022, 2:40 p.m.

As the number of daily cases continues to steadily increase throughout Te Tai Tokerau, whānau are encouraged to self-isolate and ensure that they have the basic medicines and kai when Omicron reaches your whare. Mike Te Wake, kaimahi for Te Rūnanga o Te Rarawa shares some kōrero on the support being provided and talks about keeping in contact with whānau who have contracted COVID-19. As a final kōrero, Mike encourages whānau to also use rongoā Māori like kūmarahou just as he does to boost the immune system.


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