Indigenous groups say vulnerable rough sleepers are ‘completely neglected’ in the NT’s pandemic response
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Aboriginal organisations have expressed frustration at the Northern Territory government’s “flawed” pandemic response, demanding it do more to accommodate hundreds of Aboriginal people sleeping rough around town centres they say are at risk of Covid-19.
Both Darwin and Alice Springs were in lockdown amid concerns about the significant risk posed to Aboriginal communities.
Read the original article at The Guardian