To counter COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, U of T researcher Tara Moriarty is holding Zoom sessions to answer people’s questions – drawing as many as 100 participants a night (photo by Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

Via daily Zoom sessions, U of T researcher answers people’s questions about COVID-19 vaccines

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Tara Moriarty has been tracking and reporting COVID-19 cases in long-term care since the pandemic began. So far, one in five Canadians diagnosed with the disease and living in these settings has died.

Disturbed by that grim statistic, Moriarty took to Zoom earlier this month to answer questions on vaccine safety from people who live in, work in or visit long-term care or retirement homes across the country….

https://www.utoronto.ca/news/daily-zoom-sessions-u-t-researcher-answers-people-s-questions-about-covid-19-vaccines

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