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Thursday 6 January 2022 | Written by Alana Musselle | Published in Economy, National

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Locals living overseas share Covid concerns
Brett and Vaiana George with her two grandsons Tamarua and Ronin in Melbourne. SUPPLIED/22010501

Cook Islanders residing overseas are continuing to face frustrating and unsettling times as Covid-19 continues to progress, with the number of the highly transmissible Omicron variant continuing to climb.

Cook Islanders residing overseas are continuing to face frustrating and unsettling times as Covid-19 continues to progress, with the number of the highly transmissible Omicron variant continuing to climb.


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