Indigenous health officials continued conducting tests Monday at

Aroland First Nation to determine if anyone has been infected by

someone in the community who recently tested positive for COVID-19.

“We feel that we’ll be able to contain this,” Aroland Chief Dorothy

Towedo said from the community of about 350 near Nakina.

Aroland was put under lockdown on Saturday after the band was informed

of the positive case by health officials, Towedo said.

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