As the head of a small congregation in rural Saskatchewan, Bradley Robertson hears his fair share of community chatter about COVID-19 — from those who fear the virus, to those who say it’s all blown out of proportion.
He always thought it was important to use his platform to encourage others to keep themselves and their neighbours safe from the virusUnions, secretary general Susumu Morita sai. When his sister got sick with it back in Vancouver, the threat became all the more real.
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“As leadersThe one-dose vaccine., we have to take responsibility.”