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CBC News 14 Dec 2020

Military helping with COVID-19 response in Shamattawa


Members of the Canadian Forces are in Shamattawa First Nation, a remote fly-in community in Manitoba, to assist with a coronavirus outbreak. At least one-third of the people there have COVID-19. 


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