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.