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COVID-19 Resources for Patients and Families

COVID-19 Resources: Prevention & Safety Tips

Help Reduce the Spread of COVID-19: Information for Indigenous Communities – Public Health Agency of Canada 
Take the steps to slow the spread of COVID-19

Going Out Safely during COVID-19 – Public Health Agency of Canada 
Your actions matter.
Make informed choices to keep yourself and others safe.

Be Prepared – Public Health Agency of Canada [Infographic] 
Plan ahead to have simple and practical things you can do to prepare in case you or someone in you r household becomes ill or if COVID-19 becomes common in your community.

COVID-19 Resources: Family & Caregivers

How to Isolate at Home when You May Have COVID-19 – Public Health Agency of Canada 
Isolation means staying at home when you have a symptom of COVID-19 and it is possible that you have been exposed to the virus. By avoiding contact with other people, you help prevent the spread of disease to others in your home and your community.

People Who Are at Risk of More Severe Disease or Outcomes from COVID-19 – Public Health Agency of Canada 
While COVID-19 can make anyone sick, some Canadians are at risk of more severe disease or outcomes because of their age or if they have other medical conditions. If you are at risk of more severe disease or outcomes, you can take action to reduce your risk of getting sick from COVID-19.

How to Care for Pets and Other Animals – Public Health Ontario 
There have been limited reports of animals becoming infected with COVID-19. There is currently no evidence that pets or other domestic animals play a significant role in the spread of COVID-19. If you are sick, it is recommended that you avoid contact with pets and other animals, just like you would other people, until more is known.