The Middlesex-London Health Unit is currently under Step 3 of Ontario's Roadmap to Reopen
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London’s COVID-19 Assessment Centres

If you develop any symptoms of COVID-19, please self-isolate and take one of the following next steps: (1) take the COVID-19 Self-Assessment, (2) contact your health care provider, (3) or visit a COVID-19 Assessment Centre in London.

London’s COVID-19 Assessment Centres are operated by the London Health Sciences Centre and the Thames Valley Family Health Team, with support from Middlesex-London Paramedic Services, the Middlesex-London Health Unit and the City of London.


 

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Staring Friday, July 16, London and Middlesex County, along with the rest of Ontario, will enter Step Three of Ontario’s Roadmap to Reopen.

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Carling Heights

656 Elizabeth St., London, ON

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Hours:

Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

NEW Hours starting Saturday, July 17

9:15 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., Monday to Sunday

Other Testing Locations

 

Pharmacy Testing Locations

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MyHealth Testing Centre

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Western University Testing Centre

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Fanshawe College Testing Centre

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Symptoms of COVID-19

If you are student or staff member screening for symptoms prior to going to school or child care, please complete the COVID-19 School and Child Care Screening Tool.

If you are not a student or staff member of a school or child care setting and you think you have symptoms of COVID-19, take the COVID-19 self-assessment to help determine next steps.

Symptoms of COVID-19

Fever (temperature of 37.8°C/100.0°F or greater)

Chills

Cough that's new or worsening, continuous, more than usual

Not related to other known causes or conditions (e.g. COPD)

Barking Cough, making a whistling noise when breathing (Croup)

Not related to other known causes or conditions

Shortness of breath (dyspnea, out of breath, unable to breathe deeply)

Not related to other known causes or conditions (e.g. asthma)

Decrease or loss of smell or taste (new olfactory or taste disorder)

Not related to other known causes of conditions (e.g. seasonal allergies, neurological disorders)

Sore throat 

Not related to other known causes or conditions (e.g. seasonal allergies, acid reflux)

Difficulty swallowing (Painful swallowing)

Not related to other known causes or conditions

Runny nose 

Not related to other known causes or conditions (e.g. seasonal allergies, returning inside from the cold)

Stuffy or congested nose

Not related to other known causes or conditions (e.g. seasonal allergies)

Headache that's unusual or long lasting

Not related to other known causes or conditions (e.g. tension-type headaches, chronic migraines)

Digestive issues like nausea/vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain

Not related to other known causes or conditions (e.g. anxiety in children, irritable bowel syndrome, menstrual cramps)

Muscle aches that are unusual or long lasting

Not related to other known causes or conditions (e.g. sudden injury, fibromyalgia)

Extreme tiredness that is unusual (Fatigue, lack of energy)

Not related to other known causes or conditions (e.g. depression, insomnia, thyroid disfuction)

Pink eye (Conjunctivitis)

Not related to other known causes or conditions (e.g. reoccurring styes)

Falling down often (for older people)

Sluggishness or lack of appetite (for young children and infants)

Anyone with severe respiratory illness, or a medical emergency should call 9-1-1 immediately. Advise them of your symptoms.

Signs of severe respiratory illness include:

  • Severe difficulty breathing (struggling for each breath, can only speak in single words)
  • Severe chest pain (contant tightness or crushing sensation)
  • Feeling confused or unsure of where you are
  • Losing consciousness
 
Date of creation: January 27, 2020
Last modified on: July 16, 2021