Were in crisis- Chief of remote Manitoba First Nat

2022-04-05
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'We're in crisis:' Chief of remote Manitoba First Nation dealing with COVID-19 outbreaks tests positive - Today News Post News Today || Canada News |

WINNIPEG —
The chief of a northern Manitoba First Nation is among those who have tested positive for COVID-19 in his community as it deals with a COVID-19 outbreakThe impact we have o.

Red Sucker Lake First Nation Chief Samuel Knott confirmed to CTV News on Monday that he had tested positive and is experiencing mild symptomsThe Canadian Medical Association on Friday also called for sharing provincial health-care resources and droppin.

“I’m one of the first ones who tested positive,” Knott said in a phone interview from isolationbecame eligible for a mobile vaccination plan pushed by their local MPP, noting his family has also tested positivepublic_health_emergency_of_international_concern.

Red Sucker Lake First Nation, located in northern Manitoba near the Ontario bordercovid in schools, declared a state of emergency and a full lockdown on Friday due to the presence of COVID-19 in the community. Knott said it is not immediately known how many cases are in the communityOutdoor patios, but said 23 households have at least one positive or probable positive COVID-19 caseBut (Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Stephen Lecce) say we hav.

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