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‘I take it personally’: How this Ottawa woman helped dozens get their COVID-19 shot

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COVID-19 vaccines, or new spots opening up at city clinics.It’s also what enabled this 42-year-old Ottawa communications professional to help others find appointments for their shots.

She’s done it a lot – estimating that she’s helped roughly 100 people since the beginning of the pandemic.“I take it personally — as a citizen, as an activist, as someone who cares about my community — to get as many people vaccinated as possible,” she told Global News.“I’ve helped book dozens and dozens of people in the last few months for vaccines at a time when it felt like The Hunger Games.” Nearly 20% of Canadians still hesitant or refusing to get COVID-19 vaccine: poll It started with seniors on her street, then as stores began to reopen, included.

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