Whether you are on campus or working remotely, learn more about COVID-19 directly from Toronto Public Health.
The 90-minute information and Q&A session on Oct. 29 included the following important and timely topics:
- The latest up-to-date COVID-19 information - how the virus spreads and symptoms
- How you can reduce the virus spread to stay safe
- Non-Medical Mouth and Nose Coverings - choosing the right covering, and how to wear them safely
- Dealing with social stigma and discrimination
- Latest testing-related information
- Self-isolation, by-laws and advice
- Finding help and support (government, health, mental health, community services)
- Available resources and trusted sources of information
- City of Toronto COVIE-19 Website
- Information related specifically to COVID-19 Testing in Toronto
- Toronto For All - a public education initiative to generate dialogue among Toronto residents in order to create a city that says “no” to all forms of discrimination and racism, including systemic racism. Including resources related to Anti-East Asian Racism, Anti-Black Racism, Anti-Ageism, Disability Awareness, Intimate Partner Violence, Trans Youth Discrimination, Islamophobia, Mental Health, Homelessness, and resources for Indigenous Peoples of Tkaronto.
- Post-Secondary School COVID-19 Guidelines
- Province of Ontario COVID-19 Website
- Government of Canada COVID-19 Website
- How to Properly Use a Face Covering
Do you have more questions?
Contact Toronto Public Health 8:30 a.m. –8 p.m.