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As the coronavirus outbreak spreads and more people self-isolate, Kiwis are banding together to help those in need.
Facebook group Self Isolation Support – Kāpiti is only 48 hours old, but it already has more than 600 members and offers to deliver groceries and medicine are coming thick and fast.
Sixteen-year-old Aden O’Connor started the group with Sophie Handford, 18, a district councillor and former school climate strike leader.
The Year 13 Kāpiti College student spent his study break on Wednesday shopping for food and toilet paper for a women due to arrive back into the country into self-isolation.