By: Wade Hemsworth | January 20, 2021
McMaster University is making residence rooms and meals available, at cost, to Hamilton healthcare workers who are seeking a safe, affordable place to self-isolate during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The university is making private accommodations in residence available for single-person stays between three and 14 days. The program launches Jan. 20.
The program is similar to one the university first offered in the spring of 2020 and is open to front-line workers who are directly involved in providing healthcare to those with or at risk of acquiring COVID-19.
“This is an important part of McMaster’s commitment to the community,” says Kevin Beatty, the university’s director of Housing and Conference Services. “We appreciate the critical work that healthcare workers are doing on behalf of everyone, and we are honored to play this role in Hamilton’s pandemic effort.”
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