Support services called in to assist Havlock North whānau

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Kei te toro atu te ringa āwhina o ngāi tūao oho tata ki ngā tāngata i Maungawharau e mate ana i te ngau puku. Ko te whānui o te māuiuitanga, kāore anō kia rangona i Aotearoa i mua.

Mā pango, mā whero, e oti ai te mahi. Kei te takahi tiriti ngā tūao, ki te awhina i te hapori kua pāngia.

Kei te tuku rauemi, tohutohu hoki ratou ki te iwi e noho pokaikaha nei.

E rima mano ngā kainga kua pang ia e te māuiui i maungawharau nei, he nui mahi kei mua i a rātou.

E ai ki a Alison Banks no te Kaniera o Te matau a Maui, “We may not get to every single door in this community but we are using other mechanisms so we're contacting 700 of our elderly community by phone.”

E hia nei nga tāngata i Maungawharau kua pāngia e te māuiui na te ngangara campylobacter i kuhu ki nga wai inu, nā tenei i katia ngā kura.

Hei tā Banks, “The community has come together really well on this and are supporting one another and that's what we're asking, look out for your neighbours.”

Ko tā Te Poari Hauora nō Te Matau a Māui kei te heke nga nama o ngā tāngata e māuiui ana.