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COVID-19 timeline: A year in review

 
COVID-19 timeline-A year in review

From opening COVID-19 assessment centres, to conducting crucial research, to administering the first COVID-19 vaccine in Ottawa, explore our interactive timeline below to see how The Ottawa Hospital is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 
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This website gives you common facts, advice and tips. Some of it may not apply to you. Please talk to your doctor, nurse or other health-care team member to see if this information will work for you. They can also answer your questions and concerns.