When the first COVID-19 vaccine was approved in Canada, Ketty Samel and her 76-year-old husband Morris believed the end to the long months of isolation was in sight. Since last Marchs Tess Kalinowski, the Thornhill, Ont., couple has been hunkering down in their home.
“We’re living in fear. For me to go to a grocery store right now, I’m in a total sweat. I’m stressed, I walk in and I walk out. I grab whatever I need off the shelves and that’s it.”
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“They’ve told us from the beginning of this pandemic that we were vulnerableHealth experts had appealed fo. [After] long term care we were the next vulnerable population,” said Samel.