‘They are getting burned out:’ Refugees on the front lines of COVID-19 face immense challenges

‘They are getting burned out:’ Refugees on the front lines of COVID-19 face immense challenges



Article content continuedIsmayilov said between 20 and 30 per cent of the current 150 clients at his clinic are working as personal support workers.Many of their clients take extra shifts at short-staffed long-term care homes and home care agencies, in part because they fear no one else will do…



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