Find useful tips, articles and resources to help keep you posted on the latest developments of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The links below will lead you to more information about Coronavirus, including the symptoms to watch for, key prevention measures and what to do if you or a family member has Coronavirus or has been exposed to it.
COVID-19 Resources Center:
- Which COVID Vaccine Is ‘Best’? Why Do Some People Have Side Effects? Experts Answer These Questions and More Scientific American
- COVID-19 vaccines WHO
- Travelling with your family during COVID-19 UNICEF
- Routine vaccinations during COVID-19: What parents need to know UNICEF
- Vaccine efficacy, effectiveness and protection WHO
- A year of #VaccinesWork in 10 articles celebrating women in global health Gavi
- Can COVID-19 inspire progress in maternal immunisation? Gavi
- COVID-19 vaccines and pregnancy - here’s what you need to know Gavi
Tips & Tools:
- Returning to a New Normal: 12 tips for handling uncertainty Anxiety Canada
- 8 parenting strategies to help children who experience needle anxiety and fear Anxiety Canada
- Stress and Coping CDC
- Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public WHO
- Information Sheet Travelers returning to Canada Government of Canada
- Travel Advice and Advisories Government of Canada
- Here's how to avoid getting caught up in changing COVID restrictions while travelling Narcity
- A guide to self-testing for COVID-19: Information for patients Government of Canada
- COVID-19: Effectiveness and benefits of vaccination Government of Canada
- COVID-19 Resource Library Prevent Epidemics
- Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) advice for the public: Myth busters WHO
- When and how to use masks WHO
- Travel advice Government of Canada
- Coronavirus disease (COVID-19): Canada’s response Government of Canada
- Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Government of Canada
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This information should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your doctor. There may be variations in treatment that your physician may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.