- Cells in Hiding
We become a closed cell, containing three people. He is 21 months, seems far from "two."
"People have to stay at their houses." "Hiding!" "Well, yes."
We learn of other cells. We might become four.
Levels change, hidden cells are multiplying. He turns two. Grandparents can visit. We can tell them what has been hiding. [End Page 315]
Rebecca Gray is a social researcher with a PhD in public health and a particular focus on mixed-methods health promotion research. She is currently on parental leave from a Senior Research Fellow position at Victoria University of Wellington's School of Health.