As we move to the third year of this pandemic, it is important to recognize that lockdowns do not have the same impact on everyone. It is considerably harder for certain groups living in Toronto to experience isolation periods whilst also supporting themselves and their families. This webinar is a closer look at one of these groups – namely, South Asian women. South Asian women are often assumed as primary caregivers in households and the duties that come with that title have increased in the last few years. Women are now also responsible for education, healthcare, and other responsibilities. In this hour-long webinar, SAVEC, with expert insight and comments from SAWRO and PCHS, will reflect on how vaccine engagement work is complicated when considering how lockdowns have negatively impacted women. This will ultimately demonstrate how outreach efforts and education is incomplete if it does not account for the lived-in experiences of the people receiving vaccines.