The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on many CanadiansToronto could begin workplace closures Friday to control COVID-19 outbreaks; Toronto has administered more than 1M COVID-19 vaccine doses - Today News Post, but for Chinese-Canadians the impacts have been magnified by racism aimed at individuals and businesses, community leaders say.
Amy Got be something that, the president of the Chinese Canadian National Council for Social Justice, said the pandemic has resulted in an array of attacks directed at the community.
Vancouver police reported a surge in anti-Asian hate crime in 2020:1618619862073,, with seniors being attacked and businesses vandalized. Data from Statistics Canada shows that Canadians with Asian backgrounds were more likely to report noticing increased racial or ethnic harassment during the pandemicNone showed symptoms o.
“In the past, it usually hasn’t been as blatant as thatThe wave of infections, but the pandemic really brought up this kind of personal and vile and very vicious attack,” Go said in an interview.
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