71 days ago

Lets take care of each other.

Simon Woolf from Councillor Simon Woolf - Wellington City Council

Hi All,

Lets take care of each other. This is a very different time. Let's make it as good as we can for each other.

Our Council has a Help Desk. To call it, the number is: 04 4994444
There is also a great Fix it App for your phone. It can be downloaded.

The Covid 19 website is the most important place to get information.
covid19.govt.nz...

They have a helpline on 0800 779 997 (8am–1am, 7 days a week).

There are people who are there to help, if need be. We also have our wonderful Student Army out and about, if required.

I'll be posting items of interest and information on my Facebook too.
www.facebook.com...

I'm up for hearing and sharing innovative caring ideas to help us get through this.

my email is simon.woolf@wcc.govt.nz

Please eat healthily, and keep fit during this time.

So lets take care of each other, be sensible, and we will get through this together.

Regards

Simon

Simon Woolf
Wellington City Councillor

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