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COVID-19 Guidance Documents and Resources for the General Public

Please find below a list of COVID-19 documents and resources for the general public.


Living with and Managing COVID-19

On Wednesday, March 9, the Ontario Government released its plan called Living with and Managing COVID-19, which outlines the timeline for lifting remaining public health and workplace safety measures across Ontario. This includes the removal of the mandatory masking requirement for most settings on Monday, March 21, with the exception of select settings such as public transit, health care settings, long-term care homes and congregate care settings.

Proof of vaccination lifted in all settings
Effective March 1, 2022, the Provincial Government has lifted proof of vaccination requirements in all settings. Businesses and other settings may choose to continue to require proof of vaccination. Proof of vaccination can be downloaded from the Provincial Government by visiting covid-19.ontario.ca/get-proof.

Capacity limits lifted in all indoor public settings
Effective March 1, 2022, the Provincial Government has lifted capacity limits in all indoor public settings. Please continue physical distancing wherever possible.


 
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Middlesex-London Health Unit
COVID-19 VACCINES & YOU: Your Guide to Vaccination for Youth Aged 12-17
Booking your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment [poster]

After your COVID-19 vaccine [poster] - version 1

After your COVID-19 vaccine [poster] - version 2

After your COVID-19 vaccine [postcard] - version 1

After your COVID-19 vaccine [postcard] - version 2

COVID-19 and Ibuprofen Use
Environmental Cleaning in Non-Healthcare Public Settings
How to Safely Wear a Cloth Mask or Face Covering
How to Make Chlorine (Bleach) Solution for Disinfecting
Public Health Ontario
What You Need to Know About Viral Vector Vaccines
What You Need to Know About mRNA Vaccines
Cleaning and disinfection for public settings
How to Care for Pets and Other Animals
How to Self-Isolate
How to Self-Monitor
How to Wash Your Hands
Masks for Source Control in Non-Healthcare Workers
Optimizing the Use of Masks Against COVID-19
Self-Isolation: Guide for Caregivers, Household Members and Close Contacts
How to Prevent Skin Damage from Cleaning Products
Reduce Your Risk from COVID-19
Health Canada
COVID-19 mask use: Types of masks and respirators
Does your mask fit properly?
Care at home for those who have or may have been exposed to COVID-19
How to quarantine or isolate at home if you have or may have COVID-19
Animals and COVID-19
At home: Using ventilation and filtration to reduce the risk of aerosol transmission of COVID-19
For unvaccinated travellers without symptoms of COVID-19 arriving in Canada by land, air or water
For travellers with COVID-19 symptoms arriving in Canada by land, air or water
COVID-19: Requirements for fully vaccinated travellers and unvaccinated children less than 12 years of age
COVID-19: For travellers over 12 without symptoms who are medically exempt from receiving a vaccination
COVID-19: For persons exempt from entry prohibitions, and quarantine and testing requirements
People who are at risk for more severe disease or outcomes from COVID-19
COVID-19 mask use: How to choose, use and care for a mask
The facts about COVID-19 vaccines
Cleaning and disinfecting public spaces during COVID-19
Reducing COVID-19 risk in community settings: A tool for operators
How businesses and employees can stay safe while operating during COVID-19
COVID-19: Going out safely
Understanding COVID-19 testing
Help reduce the spread of COVID-19
About COVID-19
Know the facts about COVID-19
Parenting during COVID-19
COVID-19: Prevention and risks
COVID-19: Pregnancy, childbirth and caring for a newborn

 
Date of creation: January 27, 2020
Last modified on: April 29, 2022