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COVID-19 Resources for Patients and Families

Statement from Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer

"As we head into the holiday season, I encourage Canadians to take some time today to make a plan for safer holidays, ensuring that you consider the risks to yourself and your loved ones. Our best protection, now and into the holiday season, is to limit errands and outings to the essentials, keep in-person social activities to our existing household and strictly and consistently maintain public health practices. That doesn’t mean we can’t continue to find safe ways to have the meaningful celebrations that are so important for maintaining our traditions and social connections. We have seen how creative Canadians can be, from online game nights and sharing special meals together virtually with people outside our household, to warmly-dressed, physically distanced walkabouts and cheering our neighbours with decorated balconies, windows and lawns" -  Nov 22, 2020

COVID-19: Holiday Safety Tips

Please consult your local Public Health Department for advice on the current number of people who are allowed to gather in your area. This information may change as the infection rate changes.

Coping with Holiday Stress during COVID-19