COVID-19 Updates May 12th – May 19th, 2022

Our values, vision, and mission together with your well-being and the well-being of people who use our services continue to be our top priority during the current pandemic.

This week, look for the following updates:

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COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist

  • The COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist has been updated for the week of May 12th – May 19th, 2022.
  • The Hand Sanitizer Recall List (on the U:\\ drive) was updated March 2022), please confirm the removal of recalled sanitizers from all locations
  • Additional information on arranging pick up and drop off of biohazard bins in Ontario has been added. 

On April 22nd, the Chief Medical Officer of Health for Ontario extended the mask mandate for our sector until June 11th. You can read the release here. At this time all Christian Horizons locations, including those in Saskatchewan, will continue using medical masks except when they can be safely removed as outlined in the PPE FAQ.

There are no changes to the COVID-19 resources this week. 

Access to Anti-virals 

Early in 2022, Health Canada approved Paxlovid as an antiviral for treating mild to moderate cases of COVID-19. The early drawback to Paxlovid was the limited availability and restricted access.

In Saskatchewan, access to Paxlovid is facilitated by contacting Healthline 811.

In Ontario, with recent updates to who can access Paxlovid as a treatment, people with developmental disabilities now qualify. It is recommended that people we support connect with their primary care provider to see if they would be a candidate for Paxlovid now before they have symptoms or a confirmed case so that a prescription can be available at their pharmacy. There is a quick turn around for accessing Paxlovid, the anti-viral must be started in the 5 days after symptoms start. Having a prescription at the pharmacy will help cut down on any delays.

COVID-19 VACCINE WEBINAR

There is no webinar scheduled for this week.

To view previously recorded webinars please click here.

If you are looking for additional webinars with a variety of experts from across Canada, consider the resources available at This is Our Shot and ScienceUpFirst. Additionally the University of Toronto has provided this resource which they will continue to keep up to date.

 

Thank you for your continued work and dedication, your commitment and tenacity to provide the best service and supports is exceptional!

Questions or suggestions about any of the resources listed on the site?
Send us an email to let us know: covid-19@christian-horizons.org

COVID-19 Updates April 7th – April 14th, 2022

Our values, vision, and mission together with your well-being and the well-being of people who use our services continue to be our top priority during the current pandemic.

This week, look for the following updates:

We are beginning to see what some health units are referencing as a wave of COVID-19 infections. With significant restrictions on PCR testing it can be difficult to gauge how wide spread infections are at this time. The Science Advisory Table for Ontario has updated their dashboard which includes wastewater signaling. You can view that information here. For information about COVID-19 prevalence in Saskatchewan you can follow this link.

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COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist

  • The COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist has been updated for the week of  April 7th – April 14th, 2022.
  • The Hand Sanitizer Recall List (on the U:\\ drive) was updated March 2022), please confirm the removal of recalled sanitizers from all locations
  • Additional information on arranging pick up and drop off of biohazard bins in Ontario has been added. 

Current Travel Parameters 

  • Updated to reflect changes to pre-arrival requirements set by the Federal Government. A link to the detailed guidance is available in the document.

Call to Participate in Research

  • CAMH has created a virtual course titled – Health for Adults with Developmental
    Disabilities during COVID-19: A Virtual Course
  • CAMH is looking for volunteers to take part in the course over a duration of 6 weeks and provide feedback.
  • More information available here.
  • To register please complete this form.

COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE

With increased access to third doses/booster shots for COVID-19, it is important to be aware that consent will need to be facilitated for the people that use our services as they become eligible. It appears that each health unit in Ontario and the Saskatchewan Health Authority have varying interpretations on the requirements for consent so be sure to work within your local communities to meet the consent requirements as they are required. 

Electronic Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
If you have previously chosen to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but have misplaced your electronic and physical proof of vaccination you can receive a new electronic proof through the Ontario Health site here. You will require your health card number. For those in Saskatchewan you can retrieve your proof of vaccination here.

COVID-19 VACCINE WEBINAR

There are no webinars scheduled at this time. To view previously recorded webinars please click here.

If you are looking for additional webinars with a variety of experts from across Canada consider the resources available at This is Our Shot and ScienceUpFirst. Additionally the University of Toronto has provided this resource which they will continue to keep up to date.

 

Thank you for your continued work and dedication, your commitment and tenacity to provide the best service and supports is exceptional!

Questions or suggestions about any of the resources listed on the site?
Send us an email to let us know: covid-19@christian-horizons.org

COVID-19 Updates February 24th – March 1st, 2022

Our values, vision, and mission together with your well-being and the well-being of people who use our services continue to be our top priority during the current pandemic.

This week, look for the following updates:

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There are no updates to our resources this week. Last week there were a number of key changes that affect our locations in Saskatchewan and Ontario

Saskatchewan

  • Employees regardless of vaccination status are only required to isolate when they have symptoms of COVID-19. The isolation period is for 5 days.

Ontario

  • Employees regardless of vaccination status who have tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 90 days are only required to isolate when they have symptoms of COVID-19 or if they test positive for COVID-19 and it is presumed to be a new infection (review with Public Health).
  • Non-Essential Visits and General Overnight Absences (as defined by MCCSS) for people who use services resumed on February 21st. See the COVID-19 Current Activity Restrictions for more details.

COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist

  • The COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist has been updated for the week of February 24th – March 1st, 2022.
  • The Hand Sanitizer Recall List (on the U:\\ drive) was updated February 2022), please confirm the removal of recalled sanitizers from all locations
  • Additional information on arranging pick up and drop off of biohazard bins in Ontario has been added. 

COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE

With the announcement of increased access to third doses/booster shots for COVID-19, it is important to be aware that consent will need to be facilitated for the people that use our services as they become eligible. It appears that each health unit in Ontario and the Saskatchewan Health Authority have varying interpretations on the requirements for consent so be sure to work within your local communities to meet the consent requirements as they are required. 

Electronic Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
If you have previously chosen to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but have misplaced your electronic and physical proof of vaccination you can receive a new electronic proof through the Ontario Health site here. You will require your health card number. For those in Saskatchewan you can retrieve your proof of vaccination here.

RAPID ANTIGEN SCREEENING FOR COVID-19

The portal for entering the results of Rapid Tests that are being completed by employees, can be found here under “Quick Links” on CHConnect.

For ease of reference, the links to the Instructions and FAQs can be found below.

COVID-19 VACCINE WEBINAR

There are no future webinars scheduled at this time. To view previously recorded webinars please click here.

If you are looking for additional webinars with a variety of experts from across Canada consider the resources available at This is Our Shot and ScienceUpFirst. Additionally the University of Toronto has provided this resource which they will continue to keep up to date.

 

Thank you for your continued work and dedication, your commitment and tenacity to provide the best service and supports is exceptional!

Questions or suggestions about any of the resources listed on the site?
Send us an email to let us know: covid-19@christian-horizons.org

COVID-19 Updates February 17th – February 24th, 2022

Our values, vision, and mission together with your well-being and the well-being of people who use our services continue to be our top priority during the current pandemic.

This week, look for the following updates:

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COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist

  • The COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist has been updated for the week of February 17th – February 24th, 2022.
  • The Hand Sanitizer Recall List (on the U:\\ drive) was updated February 2022), please confirm the removal of recalled sanitizers from all locations
  • Additional information on arranging pick up and drop off of biohazard bins has been added. 

Flowcharts for guidance on COVID-19 exposure for employees

  • Changes to isolation guidelines for exposure to COVID-19 , development of symptoms for COVID-19 and additional scenarios.
  • In Saskatchewan, employees are only required to isolate for 5 days when they have symptoms of COVID-19 regardless of vaccination against COVID-19.
  • In Ontario, if an employee has tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 90 days they only need to isolate if they develop symptoms or test positive for COVID-19.

COVID-19 Exposure Attendance and Testing Guide 

  • Updated to reflect guidance changes for both Ontario and Saskatchewan.

COVID-19 Current Activity Restrictions 

  • Updated to reflect guidance changes from MCCSS related to non-essential visitors and non-essential overnight absences being resumed as of February 21st, 2022.

COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE

With the announcement of increased access to third doses/booster shots for COVID-19, it is important to be aware that consent will need to be facilitated for the people that use our services as they become eligible. It appears that each health unit in Ontario and the Saskatchewan Health Authority have varying interpretations on the requirements for consent so be sure to work within your local communities to meet the consent requirements as they are required. 

Electronic Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
If you have previously chosen to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but have misplaced your electronic and physical proof of vaccination you can receive a new electronic proof through the Ontario Health site here. You will require your health card number. For those in Saskatchewan you can retrieve your proof of vaccination here.

RAPID ANTIGEN SCREEENING FOR COVID-19

The portal for entering the results of Rapid Tests that are being completed by employees, can be found here under “Quick Links” on CHConnect.

For ease of reference, the links to the Instructions and FAQs can be found below.

COVID-19 VACCINE WEBINAR

We have a scheduled webinar for February 17th, to register please click here

To view previously recorded webinars please click here.

If you are looking for additional webinars with a variety of experts from across Canada consider the resources available at This is Our Shot and ScienceUpFirst. Additionally the University of Toronto has provided this resource which they will continue to keep up to date.

 

Thank you for your continued work and dedication, your commitment and tenacity to provide the best service and supports is exceptional!

Questions or suggestions about any of the resources listed on the site?
Send us an email to let us know: covid-19@christian-horizons.org

COVID-19 Updates January 27th – February 3rd, 2022

Our values, vision, and mission together with your well-being and the well-being of people who use our services continue to be our top priority during the current pandemic.

This week, look for the following updates:

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There are no guidance changes this week however some of our resources have been reviewed to ensure they have the most up to date information. If you notice any discrepancies in our resources or have any questions please reach out to covid-19@christian-horizons.org.

COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist

  • The COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist has been updated for the week of January 27th – February 3rd, 2022.
  • The Hand Sanitizer Recall List (on the U:\\ drive) was updated Dec. 15th 2021), please confirm the removal of recalled sanitizers from all locations
  • Additional information on arranging pick up and drop off of biohazard bins has been added. 

COVID-19 Screening Protocol

  • Question 2 was edited to reflect that all visitors require a COVID-19 RANT screening test prior to entry (exception to emergency personnel)
    • Please refer to the COVID-19 Vaccine Policy for more details.

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQ

  • This has been updated to reflect emerging evidence on vaccine effectiveness during the Omicron wave.

COVID-19 Visiting Guide for Locations

  • Reviewed to ensure it is up to date.

COVID-19 Visiting Guide for Families and Friends

  • Reviewed to ensure it is up to date.

​GUIDANCE ON COVID-19 EXPOSURE – People Who Use Our Services Flowchart

  • Reviewed to ensure it is up to date.

COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE

With the announcement of increased access to third doses/booster shots for COVID-19, it is important to be aware that consent will need to be facilitated for the people that use our services as they become eligible. It appears that each health unit in Ontario and the Saskatchewan Health Authority have varying interpretations on the requirements for consent so be sure to work within your local communities to meet the consent requirements as they are required. 

Electronic Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
If you have previously chosen to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but have misplaced your electronic and physical proof of vaccination you can receive a new electronic proof through the Ontario Health site here. You will require your health card number. For those in Saskatchewan you can retrieve your proof of vaccination here.

RAPID ANTIGEN SCREEENING FOR COVID-19

The portal for entering the results of Rapid Tests that are being completed by employees, can be found here under “Quick Links” on CHConnect.

For ease of reference, the links to the Instructions and FAQs can be found below.

COVID-19 VACCINE WEBINAR

There is no webinar scheduled for this week. 

To view previously recorded webinars please click here.

If you are looking for additional webinars with a variety of experts from across Canada consider the resources available at This is Our Shot and ScienceUpFirst. Additionally the University of Toronto has provided this resource which they will continue to keep up to date.

 

Thank you for your continued work and dedication, your commitment and tenacity to provide the best service and supports is exceptional!

Questions or suggestions about any of the resources listed on the site?
Send us an email to let us know: covid-19@christian-horizons.org

COVID-19 Updates January 20th, 2022 – January 27th, 2022

Our values, vision, and mission together with your well-being and the well-being of people who use our services continue to be our top priority during the current pandemic.

This week, look for the following updates:

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COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist

  • The COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist has been updated for the week of January 20th, 2022 – January 27th, 2022.
  • The Hand Sanitizer Recall List (on the U:\\ drive) was updated Dec. 15th 2021), please confirm the removal of recalled sanitizers from all locations

PPE FAQ

  • Updated guidance regarding the use of N95 masks to include more details on when to change masks.

COVID-19 VACCINE WEBINARS

There is no webinar scheduled for this week. 

To view previously recorded webinars please click here.

If you are looking for additional webinars with a variety of experts from across Canada consider the resources available at This is Our Shot and ScienceUpFirst. Additionally the University of Toronto has provided this resource which they will continue to keep up to date.

RAPID ANTIGEN SCREEENING FOR COVID-19

The portal for entering the results of Rapid Tests that are being completed by employees, can be found here under “Quick Links” on CHConnect.

For ease of reference, the links to the Instructions and FAQs can be found below.

COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE

With the announcement of increased access to third doses/booster shots for COVID-19, it is important to be aware that consent will need to be facilitated for the people that use our services as they become eligible. It appears that each health unit in Ontario and the Saskatchewan Health Authority have varying interpretations on the requirements for consent so be sure to work within your local communities to meet the consent requirements as they are required. 

Electronic Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
If you have previously chosen to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but have misplaced your electronic and physical proof of vaccination you can receive a new electronic proof through the Ontario Health site here. You will require your health card number.

 

COVID-19 Updates from January 13th, 2022 – January 20th, 2022

Our values, vision, and mission together with your well-being and the well-being of people who use our services continue to be our top priority during the current pandemic.

This week, look for the following updates:

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COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist

  • The COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist has been updated for the week of January 13th – January 20th, 2021
  • The Hand Sanitizer Recall List (on the U:\\ drive) was updated Dec. 15th 2021), please confirm the removal of recalled sanitizers from all locations

COVID-19 Current Activity Restrictions 

  • Updated to reflect guidance changes from MCCSS related to non-essential visitors and non-essential overnight absences being suspended at this time.

What Mask to Wear, When (Poster)

  • Updated to reflect the recommended use of N95 masks during an outbreak of COVID-19.

COVID-19 VACCINE WEBINARS

Click here to register for our next webinar on Friday January 14th 

To view previously recorded webinars please click here.

If you are looking for additional webinars with a variety of experts from across Canada consider the resources available at This is Our Shot and ScienceUpFirst. Additionally the University of Toronto has provided this resource which they will continue to keep up to date.

RAPID ANTIGEN SCREEENING FOR COVID-19

The portal for entering the results of Rapid Tests that are being completed by employees, can be found here under “Quick Links” on CHConnect.

For ease of reference, the links to the Instructions and FAQs can be found below.

COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE

With the announcement of increased access to third doses/booster shots for COVID-19, it is important to be aware that consent will need to be facilitated for the people that use our services as they become eligible. It appears that each health unit in Ontario and the Saskatchewan Health Authority have varying interpretations on the requirements for consent so be sure to work within your local communities to meet the consent requirements as they are required. 

Electronic Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
If you have previously chosen to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but have misplaced your electronic and physical proof of vaccination you can receive a new electronic proof through the Ontario Health site here. You will require your health card number.

 

COVID-19 Updates from December 30th – January 6th, 2022

Our values, vision, and mission together with your well-being and the well-being of people who use our services continue to be our top priority during the current pandemic.

No additional changes to guidance this week, below is a list of last weeks changes for those that were on vacation. 

Key Changes Last Week:

Enhanced Personal Protective Equipment During Outbreaks.

  • N95 masks are to be worn when someone supported is confirmed or suspected of having a COVID-19 infection.
    • This is based on interim guidance from Public Health Ontario as more information is gathered about the spread of the Omicron Variant
  • The Emergency Response Plan for each location will need to be updated with these changes.

Rapid Antigen Screening Test (RANT)

  • Employees regardless of having been vaccinated or not will be required to complete a RANT screening test every 3 days.
    • This guidance change is a result of the increased risk of COVID-19 due to the Omicron Variant in people who have been vaccinated.
    • The link for reporting the result of your RANT screening test can be found under quick links here
  • Visitors, Third Party Personnel and Contractors to a Christian Horizons location will need to complete a RANT screening test before entering unless they tested negative the day before. If the test is positive, they can not enter the location. This does not apply for emergency services.
    • The link for reporting the result of visitors and contractors RANT screening test can be found under quick links here
  • People using services returning from overnight visits regardless of vaccination status will have access to RANT screening tests. It is recommended if the overnight visit is 2 nights or less that tests be used on day 3 and day 7 after their return. If the person supported was gone for more than 2 nights a rapid test is recommended to be used on the day, they return and on day 4.
    • The link for reporting the result of people using services RANT screening test can be found under quick links here

With the change in employee eligibility and appreciating that many managers will be covering for other programs during vacation. Please see the resource below created by IS&T on how to forward your eligibility list to the manager covering you during vacation. 

Instructions for Forwarding Emails Automatically

Here is a video reminder on how to complete a self swab RANT screening test: 

Resource Updates

COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist

  • The COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist has been updated for the week of December 30th – January 6th 2022
  • The Hand Sanitizer Recall List (on the U:\\ drive) was updated Dec. 15th 2021), please confirm the removal of recalled sanitizers from all locations

COVID-19 Interim Vaccine Policy (Ontario) 

  • Updated to reflect changes to the use of RANT screening tests.

COVID-19 Interim Vaccine Policy (Saskatchewan) 

  • Updated to reflect changes to the use of RANT screening tests.

PPE FAQ

  • Updated guidance regarding the use of N95 masks to include when someone supported is suspected or confirmed to have COVID-19.

COVID-19 Symptom Self-Check Poster

  • Updated with a disclaimer that all visitors and contractors will need to complete a RANT screening test.

Rapid Antigen Screening Instructions 

  • Updated to reflect changes to who is required to complete rapid antigen testing
  • Reduction in the number of days someone is ineligible for rapid testing after testing positive for COVID-19 from 90 to 30 days.
    • This reduction will be reflected in our daily reports starting early January.

Rapid Antigen Screening FAQs 

  • Updated to reflect changes to who is required to complete rapid antigen testing
  • Reduction in the number of days someone is ineligible for rapid testing after testing positive for COVID-19 from 90 to 30 days.
    • This reduction will be reflected in our daily reports starting early January.

Rapid Antigen Screening Job Aid

  • This resource is to be printed off and made available at all RANT screening locations.

COVID-19 Updates from December 9th – December 16th, 2021

Our values, vision, and mission together with your well-being and the well-being of people who use our services continue to be our top priority during the current pandemic.

This week, look for the following updates:

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COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist

  • The COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist has been updated for the week of December 9th – December 16th, 2021
  • The Hand Sanitizer Recall List (on the U:\\ drive) was updated Oct. 13th 2021), please confirm the removal of recalled sanitizers from all locations

COVID-19 Cleaning Checklist Template 

  • Updated guidance has reduced the frequency of regular cleaning from twice a day to daily.

COVID-19 Screening Protocol

  • Taking a temperatures is no longer an active part of the screening protocol.
  • Thermometers should remain available for those who would like to use them
  • Direct support locations are no longer required to complete screening at the end of shift
    • Office locations have not been required to do this

COVID-19 Visiting Guide for Locations

  • Updated to reflect change in guidance for additional precautions. A reduction in the number of days additional precautions are required for from 14 to 10.

COVID-19 Visiting Guide for Families and Friends

  • Updated to reflect change in guidance for additional precautions. A reduction in the number of days additional precautions are required for from 14 to 10.
  • “Non-essential” visitors are no longer required to be supervised.

Moving in Support Plan 

  • Located in the U-drive for Communities
  • Updated to reflect changes in additional precautions for new admissions or return from visits for people who are not fully vaccinated.
  • The change is 10 days of additional precautions instead of 14

Return Back Home Plan Template

  • Located in the U-drive for Communities
  • Updated to reflect changes in additional precautions for new admissions or return from visits for people who are not fully vaccinated.
  • The change is 10 days of additional precautions instead of 14

RAPID ANTIGEN SCREEENING FOR COVID-19

The portal for entering the results of Rapid Tests that are being completed by employees, can be found here under “Quick Links” on CHConnect.

For ease of reference, the links to the Instructions and FAQs can be found below.

COVID-19 VACCINE WEBINARS

There will be no webinar this week.

To view previously recorded webinars please click here.

If you are looking for additional webinars with a variety of experts from across Canada consider the resources available at This is Our Shot and ScienceUpFirst

COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE

With the announcement of increased access to third doses/booster shots for COVID-19, it is important to be aware that consent will need to be facilitated for the people that use our services as they become eligible. It appears that each health unit in Ontario and the Saskatchewan Health Authority have varying interpretations for who is currently eligible so it will be important to work within your local communities to meet the consent requirements as they are required. 

Electronic Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
If you have previously chosen to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but have misplaced your electronic and physical proof of vaccination you can receive a new electronic proof through the Ontario Health site here. You will require your health card number.

 

COVID-19 Updates from December 2nd – December 9th, 2021

Our values, vision, and mission together with your well-being and the well-being of people who use our services continue to be our top priority during the current pandemic.

This week, look for the following updates:

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COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist

  • The COVID-19 Weekly Preparedness Checklist has been updated for the week of December 2nd – December 9th, 2021
  • The Hand Sanitizer Recall List (on the U:\\ drive) was updated Oct. 13th 2021), please confirm the removal of recalled sanitizers from all locations

Rapid Antigen Screening Job Aid

  • Updated instructions on the use of the BD Veritore rapid test kits compared to PanBio is now highlighted in the Job Aid.
  • The most important thing to be aware of for the BD Veritore tests is that they no longer require the use of an analyzer instead they use a cassette similar to PanBio to read the test results.

BD Veritore Tests Updated Expiration Dates

  • BD Veritore tests are now being made available to our screening locations. Some of these kits may have passed the posted expiry date. After additional shelf life testing BD Veritore tests now have a 12month shelf life and the updated expiration dates based on lot numbers are available within this document.

RAPID ANTIGEN SCREEENING FOR COVID-19

The portal for entering the results of Rapid Tests that are being completed by employees, can be found here under “Quick Links” on CHConnect.

For ease of reference, the links to the Instructions and FAQs can be found below.

COVID-19 VACCINE WEBINARS

Our next webinar will be on November 26th. To register please click here.

During the webinar we will have an opportunity to review the following:

  • Booster/3rd doses of the COVID-19 vaccine
  • Approval for COVID-19 vaccines for children
  • Answering submitted questions
  • District specific breakout sessions to answer questions at the local level.

To view previously recorded webinars please click here.

If you are looking for additional webinars with a variety of experts from across Canada consider the resources available at This is Our Shot and ScienceUpFirst

COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE

With the announcement of increased access to third doses/booster shots for COVID-19, it is important to be aware that consent will need to be facilitated for the people that use our services as they become eligible. It appears that each health unit in Ontario and the Saskatchewan Health Authority have varying interpretations for who is currently eligible so it will be important to work within your local communities to meet the consent requirements as they are required. 

Electronic Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination
If you have previously chosen to receive a COVID-19 vaccine but have misplaced your electronic and physical proof of vaccination you can receive a new electronic proof through the Ontario Health site here. You will require your health card number.