COVID-19 Recovery & Resources

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On December 26, 2020, Ontario went into a provincewide shutdown.

As of January 14, 2021, Ontario is now under stay-at-home orders as part of the second provincial emergency.

For more details on what restrictions are now in place, click here.

On December 26, 2020, Ontario went into a provincewide shutdown.

As of January 14, 2021, Ontario is now under stay-at-home orders as part of the second provincial emergency.

For more details on what restrictions are now in place, click here.

  • Midland COVID-19 Assessment Centre

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    15 Jan 2021

    Details:

    • COVID-19 testing only.
    • By appointment only.
    • To book an appointment online, please click here
    • Call the testing centre booking desk at 705-529-1025, Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    Location:

    • 1156 St. Andrews Drive
    • in the clinic building located in the Georgian Bay General Hospital parking lot
    • back entrance to the building is accessible from free parking area

    Hours:

    • Monday, Wednesday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
    • Tuesday and Thursday 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
    • Closed weekends.

    You can take a self-assessment to help you decide if you need a test. After you’ve been tested, get your results online.

    You can get a test at a local testing/assessment centre if you:

    • are showing COVID-19 symptoms,
    • have been identified as a close contact, and have been informed by public health or by someone in your life who has tested positive or by an exposure notification through the COVID Alert app;
    • a resident or work in a setting that has a COVID-19 outbreak, as identified and informed by your local public health unit; and
    • eligible for testing as part of a targeted testing initiative directed by the Ministry of Health or the Ministry of Long-Term Care.

    You do not need a referral to get a test and you do not need a health card, but if you have one please bring it with you. See the Tested - Now what? (revised January 15, 2021) fact sheet for more information. See the locations of local assessment and testing centres below.

    You can get tested at a participating pharmacy if you are:

    • not showing symptoms, and are
    • eligible for testing as part of a targeted testing initiative as determined by the Ministry of Health or Ministry of Long-term Care or public health

    This includes:

    • residents, workers or visitors of long-term care homes
    • residents or workers in homeless shelters or other congregate settings
    • international students that have passed their 14-day quarantine period
    • farm workers
    • Indigenous communities
  • Downtown business information

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    24 Aug 2020
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