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Professor Liz Fitting of the Sociology and Social Anthropology department discusses the struggles temporary foreign workers face when booking COVID‑19 vaccines
Posted by Communications Manager on July 15, 2021 in News
Dr. Liz Fitting, Associate Professor in the department of Sociology and Social Anthropology, wrote a blog post about her experiences helping temporary foreign workers in Nova Scotia book COVID-19 vaccination appointments.
Read her blog post here and listen to her discuss why she says the vaccine booking system needs a major update in an interview with Portia Clark on CBC Radio's Information Morning.
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