Manitoba chiefs are asking why the second doses of the life-saving Moderna vaccine are showing up late to their First Nations, more than a week after arriving in the province.
The delay, which echoes the initial rollout last month, raises questions about who is actually in charge of getting COVID-19 vaccine doses to First Nations on time.
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