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Trans people and COVID-19

This blog post from the National Center for Transgender Equality briefly outlines the particular risks for COVID-19 for transgender people, including stigma and discrimination, reluctancy to get help, access to health care barriers and existing health conditions.

From risk to resilience: An equity approach to COVID-19

Released in October 2020, this annual report of the Chief Public Health Officer (CPHO) of Canada reviews how the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated inequities across the country. This year’s edition builds on the CPHO’s 2019 report, titled Addressing stigma towards a more inclusive health system.

Current, pre- and post-COVID impact on healthcare report

This report from Trans Youth Canada summarizes the preliminary findings of three surveys about the impact of COVID19 on the healthcare, education, and community/social service needs of trans, Two-Spirit, and/or gender diverse youth (16-24) in Canada.

Caring for vulnerable populations during the pandemic

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.

Older people and COVID‐19: Isolation, risk and ageism

This commentary article from Brooke and Jackson reviews how COVID-19 carries increased health risks, negative consequences of social isolation and stigma associated with age for older adults.

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