DID YOU MISS OUR ONLINE WELLNESS WEBINAR SERIES?
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DO YOU THINK YOU HAVE COVID-19?
Our COVID @ Home program is here to support you.
To keep your Doctor updated, please call our Outreach Nurse at 905-468-2177 ext 116 if you have any of the following symptoms:
fever/chills, headache, sinus pressure, runny/congested nose, sore throat, cough, short of breath, nausea/vomiting/diarrhea, muscle/joint pains, and/ or fatigue
Even if you are vaccinated or have a negative rapid covid test it could still be COVID-19. We can help you with getting assessed if needed, sick notes (for COVID absences), symptom monitoring and treatment if needed.We are NOT able to provide notes for travel or arrange for COVID-19 testing for travel – please contact your local pharmacy.
Please note: It is important you and your household members stay home and isolate until we speak with you.
For more on isolation please go to https://www.niagararegion.ca/health/covid-19/self-isolation/community-guidance.aspx
COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATES
Please visit the Niagara Region Public Health Website for the most up-to-date information about how to book a COVID-19 vaccine.
Frequently Asked Vaccine Questions:
- Please visit the Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 Vaccines page on the Niagara Region Public Health website.
Rapid Antigen Test Information:
- Please visit COVID Rapid Test Kits to find a location nearest you.
- For more information about using Rapid Antigen Tests during the Omicron Wave click here.
COVID-19 Vaccine Receipts:
- For those vaccinated in Ontario, electronic COVID-19 vaccination receipts can be downloaded or printed from the provincial portal.
- If you do not have access to a printer you can visit your local library to print your vaccine receipt for free.
- If you received one or more doses of the COVID-19 vaccine outside of Ontario, contact the Niagara Region Public Health office directly to record your information and receive proper documentation.
ACCESS URGENT CARE WITHOUT LEAVING HOME
Niagara residents who need urgent care can make an appointment to see a Niagara Health nurse practitioner or doctor from the comfort of their home.
The new Niagara virtual urgent care service provides convenient and safe treatment through secure video for non-emergency injuries or illnesses like nausea, infections, and minor COVID-19 symptoms.
Same day appointments are available Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on a first-come, first-served basis.
This service is for patients who have a medical issue that isn’t life-threatening and who do not have a primary care provider or cannot make an appointment with their family doctor or other primary care provider during the week.
We encourage our patients to utilize our After Hour Clinics in the evenings and weekends.
To make an appointment, visit UrgentCareOntario.ca.