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A new project by students, faculty and staff at the University of Toronto Scarborough is making it easier for seniors to register for COVID-19 vaccine appointments.
The project’s participants, in the department of health and society (DHS), recently curated a list of resources about vaccine eligibility and dates for at-risk community members in Scarborough.
The idea was to make information about vaccine registration easily accessible by assembling it in a single, convenient spot.
U of T's Dalla Lana School of Public Health provides culturally safe vaccinations for Indigenous Peoples
Indigenous health experts at the University of Toronto are running a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for Toronto’s Indigenous communities – part of an effort to marry public health measures with culturally appropriate care.
The pop-up clinics on campus began in early April and runs once a week throughout May. The effort will continue until the community is vaccinated.
One story told of a young dinosaur coping with her parents’ divorce, while another followed the trials of a worried mouse named Wemberly. A boy learned to handle life’s challenges with the help of a porcupine, and a girl braved the move from Lebanon to Canada.
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