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Public health measures eased across Kivalliq

Public health measures eased across Kivalliq

Exemptions no longer needed to travel in and out of Arviat

Exemptions no longer needed to travel in and out of Arviat

Covid-19 case count timeline

Covid-19 case count timeline

Nunavut’s top doc looks back at the year that was Covid

Nunavut’s top doc looks back at the year that was Covid

In late 2019 a novel coronavirus started spreading from Wuhan, China, and by early 2020 the SARS-CoV-2 virus we now call Covid-19 had begun its spread across the world.The headlines and outbreaks were seen with increasing concern "for about two-and-a-half months" by public health officials all over Canada, including Nunavut's chief public health officer Dr. Michael Patterson, who watched it unfold.
Nunavut reaches zero cases of Covid-19

Nunavut reaches zero cases of Covid-19

NTI, regional Inuit associations put $11 million toward four domestic violence shelters

NTI, regional Inuit associations put $11 million toward four domestic violence shelters

Nunavut Covid case counts transferred from Manitoba

Nunavut Covid case counts transferred from Manitoba

Pauktuutit's Covid vaccine promotion campaign targets youth

Pauktuutit's Covid vaccine promotion campaign targets youth

GN not divulging community-level vaccination numbers

GN not divulging community-level vaccination numbers

The Government of Nunavut (GN) will not be releasing community-specific vaccination levels, citing a number of concerns, namely misinformation and stigma around the vaccine.
Bank getting PPE where it's 'needed the most'

Bank getting PPE where it's 'needed the most'

Working with Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK), the Bank of Montreal (BMO) has delivered masks and sanitizing goods to Inuit communities, building on their existing relationships to get supplies where they are needed most.