Money experts are urging Kiwis to be resilient during the Covid-19 outbreak.
As New Zealand heads into day five of lockdown, people are starting to worry about how Covid-19 will affect them long term.
Enable Me managing director Hannah McQueen told Kerre McIvor it's time to start thinking about how people will come out the other side of this lockdown financially stable.
"Your head need to be thinking about how do I pivot, how do I get myself employed, who do I talk to."
She says the biggest concern for many people is how they will survive with minimal to no income.
"Your looking at what income will come in, and income will come in, whether its your leave, whether its a wage subsidy, there will be something coming in."