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Les vaccins COVID-19 sont transportés par avion de Mistissini à Oujé-Bougoumou

10 janvier 2021
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Samedi 9 janvier, 200 vaccins ont été déployés de Mistissini à Oujé-Bougoumou afin d'accélérer la campagne de vaccination dans le contexte d'une épidémie de COVID-19 dans cette communauté.

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"Autrefois, quand un camp entendait parler d'un autre camp qui avait besoin d'aide, ils faisaient ce qu'ils pouvaient pour l'aider. Il en va de même aujourd'hui. C'est une tradition. C'était la bonne chose à faire." - Jason Coonishish, coordinateur des mesures pré-hospitalières et d'urgence

 

 

Mistissini prépare un pont aérien

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    Jason Coonishish watches helicopter land
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    Jason Coonishish, Coordinator of Pre-Hospital and Emergency Measures waits for helicopter to land in Mistissini
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    Photo: Joshua Loon
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    Jason Coonishish carries box of vaccines to helicopter
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    Jason Coonishish carries priceless cargo of 200 vaccines to helicopter
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    Photo: Joshua Loon
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    Guylaine Boula and Jason Coonishish on helicopter with box of vaccines
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    Guylaine Boula, acting Head of Current Services, Mistissini CMC and Jason Coonishish wait for takeoff
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    Photo: Joshua Loon
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    Helicopter in flight
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    View from the ground as helicopter with cargo flies to Oujé-Bougoumou
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    Photo: Joshua Loon

Arrivée à Oujé-Bougoumou

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    Helicopter lands in Oujé-Bougoumou
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    Helicopter lands in Oujé-Bougoumou
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    Photo: Harry Bosum
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    2 men give thumbs up
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    Pierre Lariviere, Head of Current Services and Grand Chief Abel Bosum signal their approval
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    Photo: Harry Bosum
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    Jason Coonishish and Guylaine Boula bring box of vaccines out of helicopter
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    Jason Coonishish and Guylaine Boula bring box of vaccines out of helicopter
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    Photo: Harry Bosum
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    Jason Coonishish gives thumbs-up to man holding box
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    Jason Coonishish gives box of vaccines to Pierre Lariviere
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    Photo: Harry Bosum
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    Man and woman bringing box into Oujé-Bougoumou clinic
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    Guylaine Boula accompanies Pierre Lariviere as he brings vaccines into clinic
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    Photo: Harry Bosum

Vaccination

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    Isabelle Bleau and Lorraine Hansquine ready to start the vaccination campaign
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    Isabelle Bleau and Lorraine Hansquine ready to start the vaccination campaign
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    Photo: Harry Bosum
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    Young man receives vaccination
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    Lance Cooper (Deputy Chief) was one of the first to receive the vaccine
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    Photo: Harry Bosum
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    Elder gives thumbs up while receiving vaccine
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    Sydney Coonishish gives big thumbs up while being given vaccine by Marie Mapachee
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    Photo: Harry Bosum
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    Young woman receives vaccination
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    Carrie Bush is given vaccine by Marie Mapachee
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    Photo: Harry Bosum
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    Police officer receives vaccination
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    EEPF Officer Darryl Hughboy receives the vaccine from Marie Mapachee
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    Photo: Harry Bosum
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    Frontline worker gives thumbs up while being vaccinated
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    Martin Lewis was happy to be vaccinated by his colleague Marie Mapachee
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    Photo: Harry Bosum
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2 men give fist bumps
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A job well done. Grand Chief Abel Bosum shares fist bump with Jason Coonishish
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Photo: Harry Bosum

 

 

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