In Remote Alaskan Towns, Pandemic Complicates Pregnancy For Expectant Mothers
Women in Alaska’s remote areas usually travel long distances to give birth, but the pandemic has made that difficult. Expectant mothers are spending the end of pregnancy alone in hospital-run housing.
Claire Stremple from member station KTOO in Juneau reports.
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