Some remote villages in Alaska were decimated by the 1918 flu. So when Covid hit the U.S., they took a lesson from history and went into lockdown right away. Now they are racing to vaccinate as many tribal members as possible to save their villages. NBC News’ Erin McLaughlin has the story. Aired on 03/11/2021.
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