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Keeping remote communites safe during lockdowns

Last week the Northern Territory faced major contact tracing challenges and lock downs in both Alice Springs and Darwin after an outbreak of COVID-19 at the Tanami Granites mine.

Despite the outbreak Aboriginal Health Organisations across the Territory have been at work ensuring remote communities are kept safe.

CAAMA’s Philippe Perez spoke to Central Australian Aboriginal Congress CEO and Bundjalung woman Donna Ah Chee about the work they have been doing in both Alice Springs and in remote communities since the outbreak occurred.

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