These South Asians in Toronto are helping with India's COVID-19 crisis — while managing their grief from afar - News Summed Up

These South Asians in Toronto are helping with India's COVID-19 crisis — while managing their grief from afar


As India grapples with a deadly surge in COVID-19 cases, many South Asians in the Toronto area are rallying together to help. Canada is sending medical supplies to help India's hospital system, including 25,000 vials of the antiviral drug remdesivir and up to 350 ventilators. The Toronto psychologist is helping patients cope with similar feelings while managing her own. WATCH | Chatterjee talks about managing grief, helping others:How a Toronto psychologist is helping people cope as COVID-19 surges in India Toronto 2:15 Toronto psychologist Tanaya Chatterjee has had to watch as COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on India, her home country. Now, she’s helping patients cope with their feelings of grief, guilt and heartbreak — while managing her own.


Source: CBC News May 07, 2021 23:37 UTC



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