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WATCH: The Canadian Sikh COVID Task Force has been formed to create more awareness about the COVID19 pandemic

Darpan News Desk Darpan, 21 Nov, 2020
  • WATCH: The Canadian Sikh COVID Task Force has been formed to create more awareness about the COVID19 pandemic

WATCH: What is The Canadian Sikh COVID Task Force? South Asians are found to be more prone to #covid19 due to many of us employed in the front line. DARPAN Magazine's social media host Ish Sharma spoke to Dr.Navdeep Grewal and Dr.Madhu Jawanda who are both doctors in the Fraser Health Region regarding The Canadian Sikh COVID TaskForce.

It's an initiative to bring awareness to the South Asian community as the numbers are on the rise significantly in Fraser Valley.

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