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The University of Toronto will support its employees in working from home where possible until at least September as part of a collaborative effort, led by the City of Toronto, to achieve a gradual and safe reopening of the city’s workplaces.
U of T is one of several major employers working with the Toronto Office of Recovery and Rebuild to achieve a phased-in return to work while adhering to public health guidelines.
The university also plans to work with the city towards recovering and rebuilding in the wake of COVID-19.
A world-renowned epidemiologist at the University of Toronto is leading a large-scale study that will use blood-based antibody testing to track the immunity of thousands of Canadians to COVID-19.
The study, led by University Professor Prabhat Jha of U of T’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health, will track up to 10,000 Canadians over a period of six months to improve our understanding of the duration of COVID-19 immunity.
It’s graduation season – for university and high school students alike – but thanks to the global pandemic, this year’s celebrations have a unique look and feel.
U of T is one of Canada’s top employers