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Welcome

We are certainly living in strange times. An easy trip to the supermarket has turned into a hard task – when the ingredients for the dinner I planned are absent from the shelves.

A Taste of Matarangi has been cancelled, The Colville Easter Festival has been postponed, and just before I sent this issue of the Chronicle to print I found out that the Coromandel Town Seafood Fest has been cancelled too, and the ferry isn’t going to run for a while. Everything is uncertain with new rules being introduced each day.
TCDC has launched a “Support Local” campaign to help keep Coromandel businesses going as our economy feels the weight of the Covid-19 virus. Use local businesses where possible to help them stay afloat through the next few months.

Please be kind, check your neighbours are ok, and remember – not everyone has a strong immune system. The Te Korowai Hauora o Hauraki advert on page 5 and TCDC advert on page 29 have listed the symptoms to watch for and what to do. Take care everyone.

At this stage I don't know whether I'll be able to publish a May issue. I may have to do an online version online. Will update you on this closer to the time.

Debbie

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