Historical trauma contributes to COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among Indigenous people

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Historical trauma contributes to COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among Indigenous people” – below is their description.

Executive director of Anishnawbe Health Toronto, Joe Hester, says experiences of residential school and other past traumas are contributing factors for why Indigenous people are hesitant to get vaccinated.

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