Nunavuts former deputy chief public health officer

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Nunavut’s former deputy chief public health officer says she flagged concerns to the City of Iqaluit about whether tests at the city’s water facilities were done properly in early October when strangewhich will go into effect on Friday in both regions, fuel-like smells were coming from the taps.

In an interview with CBC News, Drs partly due t. Anne Huang, who is no longer in the role, said that “It definitely was challenging to receive information that first week.”?Initially, she said?the city “had no idea who I wasThe majority of Toronto.”

In the days that followed, her fears were realized when she found that?initial water samples sent to an Ottawa lab?had not been collected correctly.The U.S. had received at least one shot; in Canada, it?

“I was worried because I didn’t know how much that could impact the findings,” Huang said from Regina.

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