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‘People are crying on the phone’: Indigenous communities grapple with PPE shortages

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Indigenous communities in provinces across Canada, highlighting the need for additional supports in remote parts of the country.“We are struggling to keep up with the demand and I hate turning people away,” explains Claudine Santos, one of five-volunteers at VIO Volunteers.VIO Volunteers was created to provide PPE to Canada’s northern, remote and Indigenous communities.

In May, it was designated a not-for-profit charity and since then has distributed masks, face shields, disposable gowns, gloves and hand sanitizer to communities in five provinces, including Ontario, Quebec, Alberta, Manitoba and Nova Scotia.

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