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COVID-19 vaccine for frontline workers

COVID-19 vaccine for frontline workers

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Council says frontline workers at Ohsweken’s Iroquois Lodge have started to receive the COVID-19 vaccination as part of a program through Hamilton Health Sciences. The council says Six Nations still is not administering vaccines to the general public and says they are working toward confirming a

OHSWEKEN — Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Council says frontline workers at Ohsweken’s Iroquois Lodge have started to receive the COVID-19 vaccination as part of a program through Hamilton Health Sciences.

The council says Six Nations still is not administering vaccines to the general public and says they are working toward confirming a priority list and logistics for how to distribute the vaccine.

Members of the council are participial in provincial and federal table discussions around the vaccine roll out. The statement says the council will look to provide more updates this week.

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