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 Muslims wearing face masks as precaution against the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), attend Ramadan Tarawih prayers at Sultan Mosque in Singapore, April 13, 2021.

In COVID-19's Shadow, Migrants Find Solace in Ramadan Prayers and Online Iftars

Around the world, many mosques are getting creative during the holy month to help Muslim migrants forge community ties despite the pandemic's restrictions.
A nurse gives a person a coronavirus test at a Los Angeles Mission homeless shelter Thanksgiving meal giveaway, as the global outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues, in Los Angeles, California, U.S., November 25, 2020.

Mistrust Among Homeless Population Slows COVID-19 Vaccination Push in North America

Homeless people are at higher risk of COVID-19, but groups face challenges in finding them and convincing them to have the shot.
A mourner holds a candle outside St Eugene's Cathedral in Londonderry, Northern Ireland August 4, 2020. | REUTERS/Lorraine O'Sullivan

'Horrible and Sad' - COVID-19 Boosts the Death Business

The coronavirus pandemic has highlighted the need for start-up apps like Untangle that provide end-of-life services, from funerals to wills — and a place to talk about grief.
Cultural indigenous event in Heiltsuk, Canada. | Photo handout via Tavish Campbell

Loss of Canada Elders to Coronavirus Threatens Indigenous Culture

Indigenous elders, who are particularly vulnerable to the coronavirus, play a vital role as keepers of cultural knowledge.
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