Links to updates from Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Eileen de Villa. Also lists affected City services, offers travel and health advice (including a link to the Ontario Ministry of Health’s self-assessment tool), and provides information on organizations and events and on economic support and recovery.
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To rapidly expand screening and ease pressures on hospital emergency departments, a number of dedicated assessment centres have been established across Toronto. Toronto Public Health (TPH) is not an assessment centre and testing is not provided at TPH offices.
The Ontario government has developed a screening tool and other information and resources that can be used by community organizations to support communities in staying safe and healthy.
Public Health Agency of Canada - PHAC recommends conducting a risk assessment when determining the public health actions related to a mass gathering during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Please note: In response to COVID-19 the Federal Government has established an Emergency Response Plan to help individual business and non-profits.
The situation is evolving for us all, we may not have answers instantaneously, but we will need to work on this together as it progresses. Thank you for keeping the lines of communication open. We will do the same and appreciate your support.
Global Affairs Canada’s Emergency Watch and Response Centre
IRCC: Federal resources regarding Iranian tragedy PS752
Friends and relatives in Canada seeking information about Canadian citizens who were on board flight PS752 should contact Global Affairs Canada’s Emergency Watch and Response Centre.
Rainbow Health Ontario (RHO), a program of Sherbourne Health, led a needs assessment to learn about ongoing concerns and challenges faced by trans and non-binary children and youth; their parents and caregivers; and their service providers. Evidently, significant barriers remain for these children and youth to have access to needed health care in a timely way, and to fully participate in their families, communities and broader society.
This toolkit was developed in an effort to assist sponsors and healthcare providers access health information quickly and efficiently in order to support refugees. It serves as a guide to help connect refugees to appropriate and timely health services and information. The information in this toolkit was compiled from various websites and community resources.
Learn about the services available in Ontario to help you continue working in your profession or trade if you’ve been trained in another country.