KITCHENER -- Community members continue to step up to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.

From a Cambridge doctor who helped her hospital prepare for the arrival of COVID-19 to a group of Waterloo researchers developing a needle-less vaccine, people are working hard to support one another this year.

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Read stories of people making sure we're stronger together, even when six feet apart:

A Waterloo walk-in clinic transformed into a COVID-19 testing site in a week.

A local doctor is being praised for her work preparing Cambridge for the COVID-19 pandemic.

As the first doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine arrive and are administered in Ontario, researchers in Waterloo Region are trying to design a needle-free option.

A simple sack of small toys has helped put hundreds of children at ease when getting swabbed for COVID-19 in Cambridge.

A teacher in Waterloo helped bring a classic board game to life.

A director of a restaurant group helped her staff and other businesses access EI when the COVID-19 pandemic first started.

A nurse who made sure her coworkers were taken care of during the first wave of the pandemic.

Staff at the WCDSB helped make face shield parts for front-line workers.

Cambridge students helped connect with others through social media.

The head of the ICU at St. Mary's Hospital helped people stay positive in the pandemic.

A video inspired by a book is a love letter to the community.

The WCDSB is recognizing its custodial and maintenance staff for keeping people safe during the pandemic.

A recreational therapist is helping spark joy for her patients.

Women are leading the pandemic response in Waterloo Region.

Local hospitals play "Here Comes the Sun" to celebrate when COVID-19 patients head home.

An event space pivoted to offer housing to the homeless population during the pandemic.

A paramedic using humour and past experience to get through the pandemic.

A seniors day program continues to promote health and wellness amid COVID-19.

A app lets customers map out stores before heading out for a shopping trip.

A clinic in Grey Bruce administered the most vaccines in a single day.

A blues band connects virtually with fans through a weekly concert.

HopeSpring continues to help cancer patients during the pandemic.

Transplant ambassadors continue to provide support to patients going through dialysis.

A virtual scavenger hunt in Wilmot Township is bringing the community together.

A Waterloo neighbourhood is connecting online through a Facebook group.

A DJ in Waterloo raised $15,000 for Make-A-Wish Canada through a virtual set.

A man uses his daily walk to clean up a Kitchener neighbourhood.

A group in Cambridge is knitting thousands of poppies for Remembrance Day.

A neighbourhood group is delivering food for local restaurants.

A Guelph artist is painting life-sized cartoons to boost the spirits of those in the community.

An online concert has garnered attention from people across the world.

Volunteers from local Rotary Clubs have played a vital role in administering COVID-19 vaccines in Huron Perth.

A Kitchener pharmacist is being praised for his kidness while administering COVID-19 vaccines.

A young Cambridge woman was gifted virtual singing sessions with her celebrity idol.

A Guelph postcard project is keeping people connected during the pandemic.

Four All Ice Cream has made a special flavour to honour hospital workers.

A Waterloo company has created an online tool to help businesses navigate the pandemic and reflect on diversity, equity and inclusion.

Residents of Lydia Street in Kitchener continue to show support for front-line18 months into the COVID-19 pandemic.

A local band has added rapid COVID-19 testing to their pre-show ritual.