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In Remote Alaskan Towns, Pandemic Complicates Pregnancy For Expectant Mothers03:30
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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.

This segment aired on April 5, 2021.

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