Coronavirus disease, COVID-19

Symptoms, self-assessment, and self-isolation

If you have symptoms of COVID-19 (Government of Ontario), assume that you may have the virus. Please complete the Government of Ontario COVID-19 self-assessment for a recommendation on what to do next which may include staying home and self-isolating.

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, using either a PCR or a rapid antigen test, self-isolate and visit the Ontario Ministry of Health website for next steps.

Parents, children, and staff should answer the questions in the COVID-19 school and child care screening tool (Government of Ontario) daily before going to school or child care. You will get a recommendation on what to do next.

If you were exposed to the virus, or are a household contact, follow additional precautions (Government of Ontario) to protect yourself and others.

COVID-19 vaccine information and booking

Visit our vaccination clinics for COVID-19 for information on local clinic dates, times, and locations, as well as important information on vaccines and eligibility.

COVID-19 data and current status

Visit our current status (COVID-19) page for information on vaccine, testing, and COVID-19 case data including hospitalization rates, and for information on outbreaks. The COVID-19 Risk Index & Respiratory Activity Report is currently set to “inactive”. You can download our weekly detailed COVID-19 epidemiology summary and detailed COVID-19 vaccination reports on Wednesdays.

Reports and infographics (COVID-19)

Public Health Sudbury & Districts has prepared reports and infographics which highlight our role as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Be COVID-safe

To be COVID-safe means to assess your actions, think things through, and take deliberate precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Learn  how our behaviour can help reduce the risk of catching and spreading COVID-19

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How COVID-19 spreads

Coronaviruses are spread mainly from person to