Community Health Updates
Link to story on CTV News – Jan. 18, 2021
KITCHENER — Community members continue to step up to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.
From a Cambridge doctor who helped her hospital prepare for the arrival of COVID-19 to a group of Waterloo researchers developing a needle-less vaccine, people are working hard to support one another this year.
CTV Kitchener is featuring work during the pandemic every Monday.
Read stories of people making sure we’re stronger together, even when six feet apart:
A Waterloo walk-in clinic transformed into a COVID-19 testing site in a week.
A local doctor is being praised for her work preparing Cambridge for the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine arrive and are administered in Ontario, researchers in Waterloo Region are trying to design a needle-free option.
A teacher in Waterloo helped bring a classic board game to life.
A director of a restaurant group helped her staff and other businesses access EI when the COVID-19 pandemic first started.
A nurse who made sure her coworkers were taken care of during the first wave of the pandemic.