With the global COVID-19 or Coronavirus pandemic, this can be a stressful time for us all. As governments from all levels work to coordinate their response, people in Ottawa are urged to stay up to date on prevention measures and latest updates from Ottawa Public Health.
Get the latest updates on COVID-19 from our Public Health Agencies:
Ottawa residents who need to get tested for COVID-19 are encouraged to do so. Click here to find out the most up to date information on testing criteria and if you need to get tested.
For medical advice, you may contact Telehealth Ontario, a free, confidential service. A Registered Nurse will take your call 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Distress Centre of Ottawa & Region
Situations like COVID-19 can affect your mental health. Please reach out and ask for help, the Distress Centre of Ottawa & Region is available 24/7 to talk.
Following the lead of the Ontario Public Service, our constituency office will be closed until further notice. Our team will continue to serve you through our social media channels, phone line, and email.
Here's how you can continue to contact and engage with us:
- Social Media: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates from our office.
- Email us at [email protected]
- Call us at 613-722-6414
Please note, email is the preferred method of contact for the quickest response.
What we're doing at Queen's Park
Our official opposition caucus has been working to ensure the provincial government has been communicating with Ontarians about emergency preparedness planning around COVID-19. We have been asking about plans for our public services, hospitals, workers and small businesses.
Our leader Andrea Horwath has met and continues to work with Premier Ford and other party leaders on the province's response, and has called for the provincial government to release details of their plans with Ontarians.