Vaccines reach COVID-ravaged Indigenous communities
SANTA FE, N.M. — The first doses of the coronavirus vaccine are being administered in Native American communities from the desert highlands of New Mexico to a coastal fishing tribe outside Seattle as the federal government and states rush to protect one of the most vulnerable U.S. populations.
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