Beware with Covid in the Community

April 8, 2022, 1:55 p.m.

With the relaxing of restrictions, people are becoming less vigilant in terms of the severity of the virus. Tohe Ashby talks about the seriousness of the virus and encourages whānau to stay safe.

His whānau held enclosed wānanga to make rongoā Māori helping to battle the virus.

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