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COVID-19: The Basics
We've all got a role to play in the global response to 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Here are some of the basics around the actions we can take to prevent the onward transmission of the virus.
Training and Capacity Building
TGDiCH Training Project
The Trans and Gender Diverse in Community Health (TGDiCH) Training Project is helping to create safe access to healthcare for transgender and gender diverse people in Victoria: A TGD-led, evidence-based, state-wide training project by and for health professionals.
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18 Sep 2020
CEO Update: We're Moving!
As the number of COVID-19 cases in Victoria continue to decline, Thorne Harbour CEO Simon Ruth talks to our LGBTI and HIV communities about change. This includes an upcoming change for Thorne Harbour Health as the organisation prepares to move into a new location at 200 Hoddle Street in Abbotsford and later the Victorian Pride Centre.
10 Jul 2020
CEO Update: Melbourne's Lockdown and Masks
As Melbourne returns to lockdown in response to a second wave of COVID-19, CEO Simon Ruth talks about what we need to do to stop the spread in Melbourne as well as the support services out there for our LGBTI communities.
2 Jul 2020
CEO Update: Melbourne Returns to Lockdown
As several suburbs surrounding Melbourne go back into lockdown, Thorne Harbour Health CEO Simon Ruth talks about what we can be doing now to stay safe and look after our health and wellbeing.
1 May 2020
CEO Update: Get Tested
During the ongoing response to 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Thorne Harbour Health CEO Simon Ruth calls on the community to get tested. Anyone with even mild symptoms of COVID-19 should access one of the many free COVID testing clinics, but now is also an ideal time for LGBTI & PLHIV communities to get tested and treated for any STIs.
9 Apr 2020
CEO Update: Long Weekend
Thorne Harbour Health CEO, Simon Ruth, addresses our LGBTIQ and PLHIV communities as we head into the long weekend to say THANK YOU and encourage everyone to continue to look after themselves and those around them during the 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19).