‘Covid hit us like a cyclone’ : An Aboriginal town in the Australian Outback is (...)

27 septembre 2021 | By Michael E. Miller
Australia vowed to protect its Indigenous communities from covid. But in Wilcannia, 10 percent of the town was infected in two weeks.
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