This webpage from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada highlights five key areas for clinicians wanting to follow culturally safe practices when assessing and treating Indigenous populations with COVID-19.
The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives’ 2020 Alternative Federal Budget Recovery Plan takes a health-in-all-policies approach to planning for a just recovery from COVID-19. The plan outlines concrete plans for a caring economy, income support, healthier
Resources on health equity in the context of COVID-19 and disproportionate outcomes for marginalized groups
This resource repository from the US National Academy of Medicine offers resources from the Academy’s medical member organizations on the relationship of health equity to disproportionate outcomes of COVID-19, with particular attention to the impacts of structural racism.
This webinar recording from the College of Family Physicians of Canada explores populations in Canada who are most vulnerable to COVID-19 due to structural inequities. These populations include Indigenous communities, those who are socially isolated, care home residents with disabilities and people who experience homelessness.
This web page from the United Nations offers links to statements and declarations calling for the prioritization of the needs of Indigenous peoples around the world in response to the COVID-19 global pandemic.
This webpage from the First Nations Health Authority (BC) offers a variety of resources for First Nations individuals, community leaders and health professionals. It also offers links to First Nations supports and services for COVID-19.
This podcast from Media Indigena discusses the intersection of colonialism and structural vulnerability to COVID-19.
This commentary from Alika Lafontaine discusses the unique impact of COVID-19 on Indigenous communities.
This webpage from the Government of Canada describes Canada's federal-level support in addressing COVID-19 within Indigenous communities.