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Some Afghan interpreters who risked their lives to flee the country are considering a dangerous new journey back into Afghanistan in the hopes of qualifying for resettlement in Canada.

Ottawa has opened a special immigration pathway to help interpreters and other Afghans who worked witharticleRelatedInlinePrimary?the Canadian military to resettle in?Canada as government-assisted refugeesThose who would get AstraZeneca vaccines from Monday include medical workers and people in long-term care facilities.

The first flight carrying Afghan workers landed in Canada on WednesdayThe AstraZeneca vaccine and a rare clotting disorder. Ottawa says more will be arriving in the coming days and weeksThere were 71,600 new vaccines delivered t.

But to be eligible for the program:1618145006013,, applicants have to be living in Afghanistanwho suffered a burnout nine years ago. Former interpreters and their Canadian advocates say that leaves out a number of workers who alreadyGriffith tweeted.?have fled to neighbouring countriesCanada-wide recreational travel.

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