Life in lockdown Level 1
Welcome to winter everyone!
Posted Tuesday July 14, 2020
It’s been enlightening and refreshing in my travels during the school holidays to see Kiwis out and about exploring their backyard and stimulating the economy at the same time. It’s also super seeing families and loved ones reunite and reconnect after lockdown. Life is returning to somewhat normal levels.
Since we last touched base, we’ve had a busy few months reopening our clinics, which are now bustling again. Our new Invercargill clinic opened on 13 July, setting a new standard in hearing care in Southland that we are very excited about.
We hope you find some interesting snippets in this edition, and if you have any topics or questions you’d like covered, please contact me.
One reader recently asked how can you be sure if loud music in a public space, such as a school disco, is a safe volume? We’ve some tips and advice in this newsletter.
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