July 21, 2020

New poll shows Indigenous people feel harder hit by the COVID-19 pandemic

A new poll by Statistics Canada shows Indigenous people feel harder hit by the COVID-19 pandemic and have less faith in governments to safely re-open, compared to non-Indigenous respondents. Ian Culbert of the Canadian Public Health Association explains the poll’s findings.

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