A feel-good story in which a Montana First Nation was holding COVID-19 vaccination clinics at the Canada-United States border in southwestern Alberta has come to an end.
The Blackfeet Tribe, 150 kilometres south of Lethbridge, began offering shots of Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna at the Carway border crossing a month ago. Initially it was being offered to members of the Blackfoot ConfederacyThe type of care we should be providing., but it was later opened up to anyone who wanted itThe reopening process..
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Canadians who attended the clinic were given exemptions from having to quarantine for 14 dayss port area. It was about to be shipped t. They lined up in their cars, drove through a loop, received their shots through the windowThe COVID-19 vaccine., were monitored for 15 minutes and went home.