Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Cleaning and Disinfection for Public Settings - Public Health Ontario
Guidance on cleaning and disinfection of public settings, including schools, transit, and other workplaces in Ontario.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Physical Distancing - Public Health Ontario
Explains what physical distancing means and how to practice physical distancing.
Physical Distancing while Exercising Outdoors - Toronto Public Health
How to keep exercising during COVID-19 with physical distancing in mind.
Physical Distancing on Elevators - Toronto Public Health
How to prevent the spread of coronavirus by maintaining safe distancing on elevators.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) How to Wash Your Hands - Public Health Ontario
Describes how to wash your hands to protect yourself and others from the spread of COVID 19.
Cover Your Cough - Public Health Ontario
Describes how to cover your cough properly to protect yourself and others from the spread of COVID-19.
COVID-19: Reduce Virus Spread - Toronto Public Health
Tips to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) - How to Care for Pets and Other Animals - Public Health Ontario
How to care for pets and other animals if you have COVID-19 or you or your pets have been exposed to COVID-19.
Caring for Your Pet during COVID-19 - Toronto Public Health [Infographic]
Learn about caring for your pet during COVID-19.
Canada COVID-19 App - Government of Canada [App]
A central resource for accessing personalized, trusted, evidence-based information about the COVID-19.
COVID-19 Update - Toronto Transit Commission
Useful tips to protect yourself and others while using the TTC during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Create a Social Circle During COVID-19 - Government of Ontario
About social circle and why social circle is important during COVID-19.
How to Build Your Social Circle - Government of Ontario
Five simple steps to create a safe social circle of up to 10 friends and family who can interact without physical distancing.
COVID 19: Mandatory Mask or Face Covering Bylaw - City of Toronto
Beginning July 7, 2020, wearing a mask or face covering will be required in indoor public spaces. .
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) When and How to Wear a Mask - Ontario Public Health
Recommendations for the general public on how and when to wear a mask.
Non-Medical Masks and Face Covering - Government of Canada
Information on appropriate use of non-medical mask and face coverings and their limitations.
How to Wear Non-Medical Mask or Face Coverings Properly - Government of Canada [Video]
Instruction on how to properly wear a non-medical mask or face covering to limit the spread of COVID-19 when physical distancing is difficult.
COVID-19 and Masks and Face Coverings for Personal Use - Toronto Public Health
General information on benefits of using masks and face coverings, how to make, put on and put off a face mask.
Use of Cloth Face Coverings to Help Slow the Spread of COVID-19 - Centers for Disease Prevention and Control
Information on how to make, safely sterilize/clean, and remove a cloth face covering. Includes sewing/no sewing instructions for making cloth, T-shirt, and Bandana Face Coverings.
Important Information about Your Cloth Face Coverings - Centers for Disease Prevention and Control
How cloth face coverings work, and how they are different from other types of masks.
How to Make Your Own Face Covering - Centers for Disease and Prevention [Video]
Different ways to create face covering in a few easy steps.
How to Safely Use a Non-Medical Mask or Face Covering - Public Health Agency of Canada [Infographic]
When physical distancing is difficult, wear a mask if you can. Here are some do's and don'ts that can help.
Choosing the Right Mask or Face Covering - City of Toronto [Video]
Watch and learn how to choose a face mask or covering. Cloth masks should be comfortable and made of at least two layers of tightly woven fabric. Don’t wear medical masks as they are needed for healthcare workers
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Testing - Ontario Public Health
Testing guidelines for the COVID-19 in Ontario. Explains who to test for COVID-19, different test methods used in Ontario, frequency of testing and how to report test results.
COVID-19 Provincial Testing Guidance Update - Ontario Ministry of Health
Updated COVID-19 testing guidelines to include additional details for COVID-19 testing of further priority population groups such as newborns, cancer patients, residents of Long-Term Care Homes, etc.
How Do We Test for COVID-19 in Canada - Government of Canada [Video]
This animated video illustrates three types of test for COVID-19 in Canada. Includes transcript.
COVID-19 Test Results Online - Ontario Ministry of Health
User-friendly online portal to check the COVID-19 test results.
List of Ontario COVID-19 Assessment Centres & Their Individual Criteria - Ontario Health Coalition
List of assessment centers in Ontario.
Toronto Region COVID-19 Assessment Centres - Toronto Public Health
Toronto Public Health has compiled the list of assessment centres that have been established across Toronto to facilitate assessment and testing of COVID-19.
COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool - Government of Canada
A free online COVID-19 Symptom Self-Assessment Tool. Available in English and French.
COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool - Ontario Ministry of Health
A free self-assessment tool for those who think they might have Coronavirus.
Difference Between Quarantine (Self-Isolate) and Isolate - Government of Canada
Explains the difference between quarantine (self-isolation) and isolation.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): How to Self-Isolate - Public Health Ontario
Guidelines on how to isolate yourself from others if you have COVID-19 symptoms or may have been exposed to COVID-19.
COVID-19: How to Self-Isolate - Toronto Public Health
Tips on how to self-isolate if you have COVID-19, COVID-19 symptoms, you may have been exposed to COVID-19, or you have returned from anywhere outside Canada within the past 14 days.
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19): How to Self-Monitor - Public Health Ontario
Instructions on how to monitor symptoms of COVID-19 for 14 days after exposure.
How to Self-Monitor - Toronto Public Health
Instructions on how to self-monitor symptoms of COVID-19 for 14 days after exposure.
Self-Isolation: Guide for Caregivers, Household Members and Close Contacts - Public Health Ontario
Instructions on how to monitor your own health if you are caring for or living with someone who has coronavirus.
I Was Tested for COVID-19 Today. What Are My Next Steps?- University Health Network
Guidelines on what to do if you were tested positive for COVID-19.