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Prisoners help in health crises

Friday 27 March 2020 | Written by Katrina Lintonbon | Published in Crime

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Prisoners help in health crises
Minister of Corrections George Angene and Arorangi Prison Superintendent Teariki Purua inspect the work done to tidy the grounds. 20032508.

With the threat of Covid-19 looming over the country and a Code Yellow status in place, every sector of Cook Islands society is being called upon to support one another.

With the threat of Covid-19 looming over the country and a Code Yellow status in place, every sector of Cook Islands society is being called upon to support one another.


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