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Public inquiry into deaths at Quebec long-term care homes begins

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Across the country public health authorities say they’re making progress of getting vaccines into long-term care facilities. In some regions authorities say there is already proof the inoculations are having an impact. For so many families the vaccine rollout is too little too late. According to the National Institute on Aging, more than 14,000 Canadians in long-term care have died of the virus. Of those, more than 7,600 were in Quebec. One of that province’s hardest his facilities was Herron on Montreal’s West Island. Dozens died in horrible conditions and now a coroners inquiry is underway to determine what went so wrong. Mike Armstrong reports.

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