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This online resource shows information about the locations of all confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Canada.  Click on the map to see detailed information about the number of individuals who have since recovered, as well as the date and time of the last published report for the affected community.  For information from your local provincial public health authority, please check below.  Information on this website is updated constantly and we'll be adding information COVID-19 screening centres when they open, as well as other useful information to help you during this crisis.

CANADA

Provincial & local public health resources for COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

ALBERTA
BRITISH COLUMBIA
MANITOBA

Government of Alberta

(state of emergency declared March 17)

AHS - Alberta Health Services​

Government of British Columbia

(state of emergency declared March 17)

BC Centre for Disease Control

Government of Manitoba

(state of emergency declared March 20)

NEW BRUNSWICK
NEWFOUNDLAND
AND LABRADOR
NORTHWEST TERRITORIES

Government of New Brunswick

(state of emergency declared March 19)

New Brunswick Public Health​

Health and Community Services

(state of emergency declared March 18)

Health and Social Services

(state of emergency declared March 19)

NOVA SCOTIA
ONTARIO
PEI

Government of Nova Scotia

(state of emergency declared March 22)

​Government of Ontario

(state of emergency declared March 17)

Public Health Ontario

Government of PEI

(state of emergency declared March 16)

QUEBEC
SASKATCHEWAN
YUKON

Government of Quebec

(state of emergency declared March 12)

Quebec Health & Social Services

Government of Saskatchewan

(state of emergency declared March 18)

Government of Yukon

(state of emergency declared March 18)

Yukon Hospitals​

Yukon Chief Medical Officer of Health

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What Should I Do If I Think I Have COVID-19?


Self-isolation is recommended for 14 days since last known contact or exposure.
 

If symptoms are severe, call 9-1-1.
If you have symptoms such as fever (temperature 38°C or higher), cough and difficulty breathing and have traveled outside Canada or have been exposed to someone who has COVID-19, stay home and contact the following healthcare provider within your community:


Alberta:
Call 8-1-1 or contact your family doctor.

British Columbia:
Call 8-1-1 or contact your family doctor.

Manitoba:
Call Health Links at 1-888-315-9257 or contact your family doctor.

New Brunswick:
Call TeleCare at 8-1-1 or contact your family doctor.

Newfoundland:
Call 8-1-1 or contact your family doctor.

Northwest Territories:
Call your local healthcare provider.

Nova Scotia:
Call 8-1-1 or contact your family doctor.

Ontario:
Call Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000, contact your local public health unit, or contact your family doctor.

PEI:
Call 8-1-1 or contact your family doctor.

Quebec:
Call Info-Social 8-1-11-877-644-4545 or contact your family doctor.

Saskatchewan:
Call Healthline at 8-1-1 or contact your family doctor.


Check up-to-date info about local healthcare options (pharmacies, hospitals, clinics, etc.) at https://www.iamsick.ca 

*** As hospitals & healthcare systems roll out COVID-19 assessment centres, they will be displayed on iamsick.ca ***

 

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The latest information from the Canadian Ministries of Health & Public Health Agencies, as well as reputable healthcare journalists & international infectious disease organizations.

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Scientific / Clinical Resources
COVID-19 (coronavirus)

World Health Organizationhttps://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

The Lancet Publicationshttps://www.thelancet.com/coronavirus

Cell Press Publications https://www.cell.com/2019-nCOV

Elsevier Publications - https://www.elsevier.com/connect/coronavirus-information-center

1Science Researchhttps://coronavirus.1science.com/search

Springer Researchhttps://www.springernature.com/gp/researchers/campaigns/coronavirus

Wiley Publicationshttps://novel-coronavirus.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/

NEJM - New England Journal of Medicine - https://www.nejm.org/coronavirus

BJM - British Medical Journalhttps://www.bmj.com/coronavirus

ASM - American Society for Microbiologyhttps://asm.org/Press-Releases/2020/COVID-19-Resources

CDC - Evaluating and Reporting of Persons Under Investigationhttps://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/hcp/clinical-criteria.html

World Health Organization - Infection Prevention & Control for COVID-19 online coursehttps://openwho.org/courses/COVID-19-IPC-EN

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ABOUT EMPOWER HEALTH

Empower Health connects patients with healthcare providers across Canada.  We maintain a national directory of healthcare options (hospitals, medical clinics, pharmacies, family doctors, medical labs, etc) that powers many patient navigation initiatives (iamsick.ca, empower.ca, holidayhours.ca, myflushot.ca, etc).

 

Our patient engagement platform includes EMR & workflow-integrated online appointment booking for medical clinics & pharmacies, and our team can help facilitate healthcare technology/service co-design.

By empowering patients and all stakeholders of our healthcare system, we are improving the quality of healthcare for everyone.

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