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COVID-19 Information

Site: Halton

Memos and Bulletins
Public Comments For a full list of COVID-19 symptoms, please refer to the Ontario Ministry of Health website, here 
As of May 26, 2020 all residents who have at least one COVID-19 symptom, or are concerned that they have been exposed are encouraged to get assessed and tested at an Assessment Centre. Testing is by appointment only, there are no walk-in Assessment Centres in Halton Region. 
Assessment Centres 
* residents of Oakville, Milton or Halton Hills, call 905-203-7963 to book an appointment at a Halton Healthcare COVID-19 Assessment Centre 
* residents of Burlington, call 905-632-3737, ext. 6550 to book an appointment at the Joseph Brant Hospital COVID-19 Assessment Centre 
Other options for assessment: 
* contact your family doctor 
* visit the Ontario Government's COVID-19 online self-assessment tool 
* contact Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000 
If you have COVID-19 related questions, email, call 311. 
For COVID-19 community resources and support, see Halton COVID-19 Community Support
Contact Information
Office Phone Novel Coronavirus Information Line, Health Canada toll-free 1-833-784-4397
Site Information
Located In Community Halton Region
Address & Map
Halton Region, ON
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Physical Access Not Applicable
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) As of Sep 17, the total number of confirmed positive and probable cases in Halton Region is 1,073, with 78 currently active. 
For further detailed information on COVID-19, refer to the following credible information sources: 
* Region of Halton 
* Ontario Ministry of Health 
* Health Canada 
* World Health Organization (WHO) 
Halton Region (including Burlington, Milton, Halton Hills and Oakville) moved to Stage 3 of reopening effective Friday, July 24, 2020. Nearly all businesses and public spaces are gradually reopening with restrictions in place, while some high-risk venues and activities will remain closed until they can safely resume operations. For information on what is opening and what remains closed visit Halton Region web page here 
Halton Region has also implemented a Halton-wide temporary bylaw requiring everyone aged five and up to wear a non-medical mask or face covering in enclosed public spaces. This bylaw came into effect on July 22 and will expire on November 30, with the option for regional council to extend this date. There are several exemptions to the rule, including for people with underlying health conditions that inhibit their ability to wear a mask. See here for further information.  
For additional information on the current status of municipal services, the actions that Halton municipalities are taking, and information on municipal services re-opening plans, refer to the following sources: 
* City of Burlington 
* Town of Oakville 
* Town of Milton 
* Town of Halton Hills
Hours Information line Mon-Sun 7 am-12 midnight
Areas Served Halton Region
Eligibility No restrictions
Application No application required
Languages English
Fees None
Categories and Classification
Service Categories Communicable Disease Control ~ COVID-19 ; Medical Information Services ~ COVID-19 ; Public Health Advisories ~ COVID-19

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