The fight against COVID-19 in Native American territory
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Native Americans in the United States are both beholden to the federal government and independent of it. So when it comes to COVID-19 the tribes have been applying their own methods to fight the pandemic. Toby Muse traveled to one of the largest Native American reservations located in one of the poorest “counties” in the country.
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