COVID-19 Information Centre


     Click for COVID-19 Self-Assessment

     Online Portal for COVID-19 Lab Test Results
     Tracking Cases at Schools/Daycares
     Why we Test for COVID-19 and Where to Go
     Reopening Ontario:  Frequently asked questions about Stage 3 
     Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health   -  COVID-19 Information
     Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health - face coverings and FAQs (June 12)
     Public Health Agency of Canada
     How to Self-Isolate
     How to Self-Monitor
     COVID-19 Assessment Clinics: Guelph, Fergus & Orangeville
     List of Community Supports During COVID-19
     COVID-19 and Food Safety
     Keeping each other safe

     Keeping each other safe!
     10 things you can do to reduce stress, worry and anxiety
     Coronavirus Anxiety Workbook - The Wellness Society 
     Talking to your Anxious Child about COVID-19  -  Tips for Parents and Caregivers
     Dave the Dog is Worried about Coronavirus
     Resiliency during the COVID-19 Outbreak 
     Strategies on curbing worry and relaxation techniques
     East Wellington Community Services - Who do I call if ...
     Waterloo-Wellington Self-Management - Free Online Resources
     Substance Use and COVID-19
     Simple and Delicious Meal Prep
     COVID-19 and Food Safety
     COVID-19 and Comfort Food
     Pantry Foods to Have on Hand
     COVID-19 Information on Fresh Produce
     Myths and Facts on COVID-19
     Bottlefeeding During COVID-19
     Breastfeeding During COVID-19
     Virtual Classes:  Nutrition and Mental Health during COVID-19 (Hamilton FHT)
     Tips for nutrition and hydration while recovering from COVID-19
     Nutrition and hydration tips for you as you recover from COVID-19

Fecal Immunochemical Tests (FIT) are currently suspended
Consistent with the Ministry of Health's recommendation that all non-essential health care services be delayed until after the COVID-19 pandemic is over, Ontario Health (CancerCare Ontario) is recommending that all routine cancer screening tests be delayed, which includes screening for colorectal cancer with the FIT.  If you have recently received a FIT kit, it is recommended that you wait until the pandemic is over before completing and mailing the test. 

Expired and Expiring Health Cards
Service Ontario has extended validation to expired and expiring health cards.  You do not need to renew at this time.