Mental health concerns for stranded seasonal workers

From Checkpoint, 5:54 pm on 2 July 2020

There are fears for the mental health of seasonal workers from the Pacific Islands stuck in Hawke's Bay because of the pandemic. More than 1500 workers are still in the region - and with little paid work and no return date in sight, homesickness is turning into depression and anxiety. But as Anusha Bradley reports, some are finding solace in giving back to the community, while they wait to get home.