Woman's Day Magazine NZ


We’re unsure about what’s going to happen with the COVID-19 pandemic, but we do need to keep calm and carry on.

If you are in self-isolation as a precaution, there are things you can still do:

• Accept food deliveries if the food is left outside your front door

• Mow the lawns and weed the garden

• Take the rubbish

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