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Saskatchewan First Nation has vaccinated 85% of its eligible population: Chief

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Saskatchewan First Nation is celebrating an important milestone in the fight against COVID-19.Standing Buffalo Chief Roberta Soo-Oyewaste told Global News 85 per cent of the eligible population is vaccinated.

Vaccination push for Saskatchewan Métis citizens Additionally, those aged 69 to 91 living on the reserve located 75 kilometres northeast of Regina are all vaccinated.She credits communication and support from the COVID-19 task force for the high uptake.“Communication is our number one priority,” she said.The Standing Buffalo COVID-19 task force team is made up of eight members, including Soo-Oyewaste.The team has access to a housing list which tells them who lives in each house on the reserve.Then, they picked up their phones and.

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