People in prisons and other places of detention are likely to be more vulnerable to COVID-19 because of the confined conditions in which they live together
In times of fear and panic, some countries may resort to politically-driven, restrictive, stigmatizing and punitive measures
Purpose: this document provides guidance for implementing and operating COVID-19 facilities for vulnerable populations (homeless and under-housed residents who are unable to self-isolate) in the Vancouver Coastal Health (VCH) region.
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Here are some tips for how to enjoy sex and to avoid spreading COVID-19.
As the effects of the pandemic continue, the drug supply may become significantly more adulterated and toxic, based on limited importation and availability, and illicit substances may become significantly more diffcult to procure.
These guidelines were developed with consultation from public health professionals, First Nations health professionals and Knowledge Keepers / Traditional Healers.
Everyone is different but for some people who drink very heavily, stopping all at once or cutting down too fast can be dangerous.
This leaflet provides practical information that will help us manage our health and drug use during the COVID-19 pandemic.