COVID-19 cases continue to climb in Manitoba First Nations – CTV News
October 15, 2020
WINNIPEG — As the pandemic rages on cases are growing in First Nations around the province.
Since March a First Nation community has been under a state of emergency said Long Plain First Nation Chief Dennis Meeches
“It’s been seven months now and I think we are witnessing a second wave of COVID-19 and for many people including myself we expected eventually that this would seep into the community,” said Meeches.
Meeches added he learned about the cases in his community late Wednesday afternoon.
“Right now, it’s all isolated to one home right now. These would be the first confirmed cases in Long Plain Keeshkeemaquah.”
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