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In Haiti, the health care infrastructure was already on shaky ground before the arrival of COVID-19. But since the country's first case hit, the pandemic has taken some surprising turns. Now, there’s great concern that infections are being severely underestimated. The World’s Elana Gordon brings the story of one nurse, and how she and others are navigating the mix of uncertainty, denials and the reopening of the country this month.