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Winnipeg physician shares why she hasn't lost hope during COVID-19

"I haven't lost hope because I believe in us. I believe in our humanity. And I believe that individual small acts... will lead us through the pandemic."
By: Madeleine Hall
November 03, 2020
Photo: Dr. Gigi Osler (Instagram)

Dr. Gigi Osler, a Winnipeg-based ENT surgeon and past president of the Canadian Medical Association, has shared an inspiring new video revealing why she hasn't lost hope during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Osler has made headlines recently for her innovative use of social media platforms like TikTok to deliver crucial public health information to young Canadians.

"I haven't lost hope because I believe in us. I believe in our humanity. And I believe that individual small acts, like wearing a mask, or getting tested and staying home when you're sick, will lead us through the pandemic," Dr. Osler tells her followers in the video. Watch it in full below.

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