Informative and helpful links
Learn about the Roadmap to Reopen, the province’s three-step plan to safely and gradually lift public health measures based on ongoing progress of province-wide vaccination rates and improvements of key public health and health care indicators.
For health information on COVID-19, visit:
- Region of Waterloo Public Health COVID-19 section
- Public Health Agency of Canada
- Public Health Ontario
- Where to get tested
For information on non-health topics related to COVID-19, please visit the following pages:
- Regional closures and service changes due to covid-19
- Waterloo Region COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Task Force
- COVID-19 coordinated response newsletter
- Newsroom (Subscribe to Region of Waterloo media releases)
- Information for businesses (Ontario)
- COVID-19 Community update - Fridays at 11:30 a.m. (YouTube live broadcasts)
For information on how you can contribute, visit:
- Crisis and distress lines
- Mental health resources
- Support to cope with stress and anxiety
- Food hampers and meals
- Emergency foster care
- Emergency child care
- For people experiencing homelessness:
- Animal care services
- Spiritual supports
- Additional services that have been adapted due to COVID-19
- About the Community Support Control Group
WELLBEING Waterloo Regionis a community-led collaborative where members work together across sectors to improve the wellbeing of residents in Waterloo Region.
WWR’s 160+ members come from all parts of Waterloo Region, representing local residents with various lived experiences and 70+ organizations.
Wellbeing Waterloo Region and network members have assembled some information and resources related to wellbeing in the community during the pandemic. Below is a list of those resources:
- Resources for Coping with Anxiety and Stress
- COVID-19 Community Services
- Municipal Responses to COVID-19
- Mental and Spiritual Wellbeing During COVID-19
- Supports for Older Adults During COVID-19
- Grief, Dying, and Death During a Pandemic
If you have any suggestions or updates for new resources that you would like to share, connect with us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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