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CP NewsAlert: Nunavut’s first case of COVID-19 confirmed in Sanikiluaq

CP NewsAlert: Nunavut’s first case of COVID-19 confirmed in Sanikiluaq
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IQALUIT, Nunavut - Nunavut’s chief public health officer has confirmed the territory’s first case of COVID-19.

Michael Patterson says in a news release that the confirmed case is in the Hudson Bay community of Sanikiluaq, where about 850 people live

Patterson says his department has started contact tracing and a rapid response team has been sent to the community.

Patterson says to contain a potential spread, all Sanikiluaq residents should remain at home and limit contact with others, including family members not living in the same household.
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