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Healthcare worker's family say he was denied a rapid COVID test after working in a Level-Three alert area, MUN and Muslim Assoc. of NL seek archival materials, golfer Blair Bursey takes a step toward the PGA, and NL man is a world-travelling video blogger
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(Starts at 0:56 mark) The family of a front-line health care worker says he was denied a rapid test for Covid-19 before moving between Level Three and Level Two alert areas, (7:45) Memorial University and the Muslim Association of Newfoundland and Labrador search for archival materials about the history of Muslims in NL, (15:57) golfer Blair Bursey of Gander takes another step toward the PGA and (22:43) Clarenville man who started the “Round the World Guys” travel vide-log with his husband comes home for a break.