January 07, 2021

Vaccines begin rolling out to First Nations communities in Manitoba

The first doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine rolled out to First Nations communities in Manitoba this morning. The province has allotted 5,300 doses to be sent to First Nations across the province, with an additional 5,300 going out next month. Southern Chiefs’ Organization Grand Chief Jerry Daniels joined APTN News to talk about how these vaccines will roll out.

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