21-year-old Logan Soole (Ngāti Kahu, Te Rarawa) is a local board member for Papakura. He started working as a covid tester during Auckland's lockdown after nurses were needed back at hospital.

40 percent of all Covid cases in NZ have been in Logan’s local area, Counties Manukau. We talked to him about how his community is handling the cases, and how local health providers have made the testing process for Pukekohe residents more accessible. 

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