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U.S. Border Towns Share Vaccines With Canada

Canada’s coronavirus vaccination rates lag far behind that of the U.S., largely due to supply shortages. But some American border communities are sharing their supplies with their Canadian neighbors.

NPR’s Emma Jacobs has the story, which originally aired on Weekend Edition.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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